The supremes diana ross and the supremes 'live' at london's talk of the town


In 1964, everything changed for the Supremes. Motown and its head, Berry Gordy, had spent the previous two years tinkering with the group’s formula, installing Diana Ross as the group’s lead singer – a choice motivated in part, he admitted in his 1994 autobiography, To Be Loved : The Music, the Magic, the Memories of Motown, by his infatuation with her. As the summer of 1964 began, his plan began to pay off, with Where Did Our Love Go? kickstarting a remarkable run of five US chart-topping singles for the group. Two months later they followed up with Baby Love, an infectious, effervescent and perfect pop hit penned and produced by Motown’s godhead songwriting team Holland/Dozier/Holland. It proved Where Did Our Love Go? was no fluke, and that Ross – whose dulcet coo and sigh so wonderfully captured the song’s bittersweet mix of heartache and hopefulness – deserved every iota of stardom Gordy had plotted for her.

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The Supremes Diana Ross and The Supremes 'Live' At London's Talk Of The TownThe Supremes Diana Ross and The Supremes 'Live' At London's Talk Of The TownThe Supremes Diana Ross and The Supremes 'Live' At London's Talk Of The TownThe Supremes Diana Ross and The Supremes 'Live' At London's Talk Of The Town

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