The Supremes ‎– Meet The Supremes - Expanded Edition

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Motown ‎– B0013788-02, Hip-O Select ‎– B0013788-02
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Original Mono Album, December 1962
1-01 Your Heart Belongs To Me
Producer – Smokey RobinsonWritten-By – William Robinson*
2:36
1-02 Who's Lovin' You
Producer – Smokey RobinsonWritten-By – William Robinson*
2:50
1-03 Baby Don't Go
Written-By, Producer – Berry Gordy
2:13
1-04 Buttered Popcorn
Producer – Berry GordyWritten By – Berry Gordy-Barney AlesWritten-By – Barney Ales, Berry Gordy
2:32
1-05 I Want A Guy
Producer – Berry GordyWritten By – Berry Gordy-Brian Holland-Freddie GormanWritten-By – Berry Gordy, Brian Holland, Freddie Gorman
2:57
1-06 Let Me Go The Right Way
Written-By, Producer – Berry Gordy
2:33
1-07 You Bring Back Memories
Producer – Smokey RobinsonWritten-By – William Robinson*
2:37
1-08 Time Changes Things
Producer – Lamont Dozier & Brian Holland*Written By – Lamont Dozier-Janie Bradford-Brian HollandWritten-By – Lamont Dozier-Brian Holland*, Janie Bradford
2:27
1-09 Play A Sad Song
Written-By, Producer – Berry Gordy
2:55
1-10 Never Again
Written-By, Producer – Berry Gordy
3:02
1-11 He's Seventeen
Written By – Raynoma Liles-Marv JohnsonWritten-By – Marv Johnson, Raynoma Liles*
2:42
Original Stereo Album, March 1965
1-12 Your Heart Belongs To Me
Producer – Smokey RobinsonWritten-By – William Robinson*
2:38
1-13 Who's Lovin' You
Producer – Smokey RobinsonWritten-By – William Robinson*
2:48
1-14 Baby Don't Go
Written-By, Producer – Berry Gordy
2:12
1-15 Buttered Popcorn
Producer – Berry GordyWritten By – Berry Gordy-Barney AlesWritten-By – Barney Ales, Berry Gordy
2:34
1-16 I Want A Guy
Producer – Berry GordyWritten By – Berry Gordy-Brian Holland-Freddie GormanWritten-By – Berry Gordy, Brian Holland, Freddie Gorman
2:53
1-17 Let Me Go The Right Way
Written-By, Producer – Berry Gordy
2:31
1-18 You Bring Back Memories
Producer – Smokey RobinsonWritten-By – William Robinson*
2:38
1-19 Time Changes Things
Producer – Lamont Dozier & Brian Holland*Written By – Lamont Dozier-Janie Bradford-Brian HollandWritten-By – Lamont Dozier-Brian Holland*, Janie Bradford
2:33
1-20 Play A Sad Song
Written-By, Producer – Berry Gordy
2:57
1-21 Never Again
Written-By, Producer – Berry Gordy
3:07
1-22 He's Seventeen
Written By – Raynoma Liles-Marv JohnsonWritten-By – Marv Johnson, Raynoma Liles*
2:46
Live From The Motortown Special 1962
1-23 Your Heart Belongs To Me
Written-By – William Robinson*
2:46
1-24 I Want A Guy
Written By – Berry Gordy-Brian Holland-Freddie GormanWritten-By – Berry Gordy, Brian Holland, Freddie Gorman
3:01
1-25 Time Changes Things
Written By – Lamont Dozier-Janie Bradford-Brian HollandWritten-By – Brian Holland, Janie Bradford, Lamont Dozier
2:25
1-26 Let Me Go The Right Way
Written-By – Berry Gordy
4:16
Sessions
2-01 After All (Stereo Mix)
Producer – Smokey RobinsonWritten-By – William Robinson*
2:52
2-02 You Can Depend On Me (Version 2)
Written By – Berry Gordy-William RobinsonWritten-By – Berry Gordy, William Robinson*
3:11
2-03 The Boy That Got Away (Alternate Mix)
Written-By, Producer – Berry Gordy
2:52
2-04 Hey Baby (Version 2)
Written-By, Producer – Berry Gordy
2:13
2-05 Too Hot (Version 2)
Written-By, Producer – Berry Gordy
2:54
2-06 Buttered Popcorn (Version 3)
Producer – Berry GordyWritten By – Berry Gordy-Barney AlesWritten-By – Barney Ales, Berry Gordy
2:50
2-07 Buttered Popcorn (Version 4)
Producer – Berry GordyWritten By – Berry Gordy-Barney AlesWritten-By – Barney Ales, Berry Gordy
2:57
2-08 I Want A Guy (Version 1)
Producer – Berry GordyWritten By – Berry Gordy-Brian Holland-Freddie GormanWritten-By – Berry Gordy, Brian Holland, Freddie Gorman
2:57
2-09 Who's Lovin' You (Stereo Mix Of Mono Vocal)
Producer – Smokey RobinsonWritten-By – William Robinson*
3:07
2-10 Because I Love Him (Version 2)
Written-By, Producer – Berry Gordy
2:35
2-11 Save Me A Star (Stereo Mix)
Producer – Berry GordyWritten By – Berry Gordy-Gwen Gordy-Janie BradfordWritten-By – Berry Gordy, Gwen Gordy*, Janie Bradford
2:23
2-12 Heavenly Father (Stereo Mix)
Producer – Berry Gordy
3:55
2-13 Those DJ Shows (Stereo Mix)
Producer – Smokey RobinsonWritten-By – William Robinson*
2:49
2-14 The Tears (Stereo Mix)
Producer – Smokey RobinsonWritten-By – William Robinson*
2:53
2-15 Your Heart Belongs To Me (Version 1)
Producer – Smokey RobinsonWritten-By – William Robinson*
2:40
2-16 I'm Giving You Your Freedom (Alternate Mix)
Producer – Brian Holland And Lamont Dozier*Written-By – Brian Holland-Lamont Dozier-Edward Holland, Jr.*
2:55
Battle Of The Stars: Live At The Graystone 1964
2-17 Run, Run, Run (Live)
Written-By – Brian Holland-Lamont Dozier-Edward Holland, Jr.*
2:43
2-18 Standing At The Crossroads Of Love (Live)
Written-By – Brian Holland-Lamont Dozier-Edward Holland, Jr.*
2:28
2-19 Anyone Who Had A Heart (Live)
Written-By – Burt Bacharach-Hal David*
2:54
2-20 Time Changes Things (Live)
Written By – Lamont Dozier-Janie Bradford-Brian HollandWritten-By – Lamont Dozier-Brian Holland*, Janie Bradford
2:24
2-21 Make Someone Happy (Live)
Written By – Betty Comden-Adolph Green-Jule StyneWritten-By – Adolph Green, Betty Comden, Jule Styne
4:34
2-22 Let Me Go The Right Way (Live)
Written-By – Berry Gordy
4:05
2-23 When The Lovelight Starts Shining Through His Eyes (Live)
Written-By – Brian Holland-Lamont Dozier-Edward Holland, Jr.*
2:51

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CD NOTES
Photographs courtesy of Motown Photo Archives, George Solomon and Tony Vaughn. Mastered at Universal Studios Mastering-East. Design for Orabor Creative.

Who's Lovin' You: Special Thanks to Mary Wilson for her invaluable historical input, and of course to all the SUPREMES: Diana Ross, Mary Wilson, Florence Ballard and Barbara Martin

Thank You's also to Adam Minkoff, J. Randy Taraborrelli, Tony Vaughn, Jo Almeida and Don Verona

Chart information courtesy of Billboard Magazine/Nielsen Business Media (U.S.) and Reecord Retailer magazine/Omnibus Press (U.K.)

Tracks 1-23 to 1-26 and 2-1 to 2-23 are previously unreleased.

Tracks 1.11, 1.22 producer unknown, likely Berry Gordy. Track 2.2 producer unknown, probably Smokey Robinson. Track 2.12 writer unknown

NON-CD NOTES
Debut album of the group, reissued on CD, including both Mono and Stereo versions, live tracks from two shows of the era and unreleased session tracks. Edition limited to 10 000 copies, engraved with a silver "Limited Edition" stamp on the back of this double digipak. Extensive booklet printed on recycled non-glossy paper features 1965 album reissue artwork on front, while original artwork is kept for actual digipak.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 602527272542
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): DIDX-253187 1
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1): IFPI L328
  • Mould SID Code (CD1): IFPI 7211
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): DIDX-253188 1
  • Mastering SID Code (CD2): IFPI L327
  • Mould SID Code (CD2): IFPI 7258

Other Versions (5 of 33) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MOTOWN 606, MT-606 The Supremes Meet The Supremes(LP, Album, Mono) Motown, Motown MOTOWN 606, MT-606 US 1962 Sell This Version
MT-606 The Supremes Meet The Supremes(LP, Album, Mono, 11 ) Motown MT-606 US 1964 Sell This Version
MT-606 The Supremes Meet The Supremes(LP, Album, Mono, Tra) Motown MT-606 US 1964 Sell This Version
MT-606 The Supremes Meet The Supremes(LP, Album, Mono, M/Print, Tra) Motown MT-606 US 1964 Sell This Version
MT-606, MOTOWN 606 The Supremes Meet The Supremes(LP, Album, Mono, Tra) Motown, Motown MT-606, MOTOWN 606 US 1964 Sell This Version

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IanPhillips1979

IanPhillips1979

August 12, 2015
edited over 3 years ago

The Supremes before they were famous: Not all tracks are classics, but singles like 'Buttered Popcorn', 'Your Heart Belongs To Me', and 'Let Me Go The Right Way' beg the question as to why they weren't big hits. Interesting to hear the different styles they experimented with before they hit the jackpot. Notable album cuts include 'Who's Lovin' You', capturing an intense, anguish-filled lead from a young Diana Ross, and the catchy 'You Bring Back Memories'. On the Expanded Edition, there are some excellent cuts which makes you wonder why they weren't included on the original album: 'Too Hot' sounds like it would have made an ideal single, and the various versions of 'You're Gonna Come To Me' are a joy to hear. Definitely an album recommended for collectors.

Ian Phillips
Author of Diana Ross: Reflections