The Supremes Sing Rodgers & Hart (Motown, 2002) OOP CD

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One truly like-new copy of the Supremes CD "The Supremes Sing Rodgers & Hart" reissued on Motown Records in 2002.
This out-of-print and hard-to-find remastered CD includes the dozen tracks from the original 1967 Motown release, plus 13 bonus tracks from the LP session, plus a medley recorded at the Copacabana, NYC, in 1967.
"...This 1967 album served notice to mainstream entertainment venues that these girls were ready to headline anyw.." -- Living Blues
"The somewhat unlikely appearance of an album's worth of show tunes from a group primarily known for R&B and pop music proves once again that Motown was producing artists and concepts that reached far beyond that of other record labels. The Supremes Sing Rodgers & Hart began as a multimedia spinoff based on the female vocal trio's appearance on the prime time ABC TV special Rodgers & Hart Today during the summer of 1966. Although the original idea that included a double LP was scrapped, the dozen tracks that made the cut are indeed the crème de la crème of savory and sophisticated stage and screen showstoppers with '60s soul. The naturally dramatic vocal delivery of the Supremes -- Diana Ross, Mary Wilson, and Florence Ballard -- was an obvious key to the success of their chart-topping hits "Stop! In the Name of Love," "W Did
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