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When Can Brown BeginTill Johnny ComesI'll Try Something NewAutomatically YoursThe House Of The Rising Sun(don't Break These) Chains Of LoveBah Bah BahStay In My Lonely ArmsYou're My Driving WheelTake Your Dreams BackTears Left OverThere's No Stopping Us NowThe HappeningOur Day Will ComeSave Me A StarA Taste Of HoneyFancy PassesAquarius Let The Sunshine InForever Came TodayWait Till You See HimBill When Are You Coming BackSleep WalkTumbling TumbleweedsHis Love Makes Me BeautifulAin't Nothing Like The Real ThingMoney (that's What I Want)He's All I GotBack In My Arms AgainChain GangYou Send MeQueen Of The HouseI'm The Greatest StarCupidThose D.j. ShowsIt's Time To Break DownHe Holds His OwnI Guess I'll Miss The ManWe Couldn't Get Along Without YouCome Into My PalaceHeigh-hoThe Impossible DreamSam Cooke Medley - (i Love You) For Sentimental ReasonsAm I Asking Too MuchSilent NightA Place In The SunI Want To Hold Your HandToo Hurt To Cry Too Much In Love To Say GoodbyeWhat Becomes Of The BrokenheartedBorn Of MaryYou've Been So Wonderful To MeMr. BluesBaby BabyEverybody's Got The Right To LoveTry It BabyEveryday PeopleFunny How Time Slips AwayJoy To The WorldWhere Did Our Love GoThe ComposerWhite ChristmasLazy BonesPut On A Happy FaceHow Long Has That Evening Train Been GoneI'm Gonna Make It (i Will Wait For You)A Lover's ConcertoDancing On The CeilingIs There A Place (in His Heart For Me)Another Life From Now (solo Recording)I'm Gonna Make You Love MeMy ManLove Is Like An Itching In My HeartCan't Buy Me LoveJohnny One NoteI Can't Help MyselfEleanor Rigby Do You Know The Way To San Jose Mrs. Robinson
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Related Information for Supremes The Supremes were a very successful Motown all-female singing group active from 1959 until 1977, performing at various times doo-wop, pop, soul, Broadway showtunes, psychedelia, and disco. One of Motown's signature acts, The Supremes were the most successful African-American musical act of the 1960s, recording twelve #1 hits between 1964 and 1969, many of them written and produced by Motown's main songwriting and production team, Holland-Dozier-Holland. The crossover succ.. read more