A motherlode of lost Motown tracks – and a much-needed look at the post Diana Ross
years of the Supremes
! The set's like rediscovering a lost part of soul music – or finally realizing how great something is that you'd passed by for years – as the group were still plenty strong at this point, and were working in a range of unusual styles that firmly show the unbridled Motown sound after the end of the 60s. The 42 track set features 10 previously unissued tracks, a wealth of tunes on CD for the first time, and a bonus essay by Mary Wilson too! Titles include "I Keep It Hid", "Up The Ladder To The Roof", "All I Want", "I Guess I'll Miss The Man", "Love Train", "Bad Weather", "The Sha-La Bandit", "Give Out But Don't Give Up", "High Energy", "Bend A Little", "Nathan Jones", "Touch", "Love The One You're With", "Life Beats", "Together We Can Make Sweet Music", "Floy Joy", "Walk With Me Talk With Me Darling", "We Should Be Closer Together", and "You're My Driving Wheel".
(Out of print, punch through barcode.)