The Supremes ‎– Stoned Love

Music For Pleasure ‎– MFP 50421
Vinyl, LP, Compilation

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A1 Together We Can Make Such Sweet Music
Written-By – M. Coleman*, R. Drapkin*
A2 Stoned Love
Written-By – F. Wilson*
A3 It's Time To Break Down
Written-By – E. Hendley*, F. Wilson*
A4 I Wish I Were Your Mirror
Written-By – F. Wilson*, P. Sawyer*
A5 Here Comes The Sunrise
Written-By – C. Davis*
A6 This Is The Story
Written-By – F. Wilson*, P. Sawyer*
A7 River Deep, Mountain High
Performer – Four TopsWritten-By – Spector, Greenwich & Barry
B1 Nathan Jones
Written-By – K. Wakefield*, L. Caston*
B2 Come Together
Written-By – Lennon-McCartney
B3 Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye
Written-By – D. Frashuer*, G. DeCarlo*, P. Leka*
B4 Thank Him For Today
Written-By – V. Demirco*
B5 Bridge Over Troubled Water
Written-By – Simon & Garfunkel
B6 Love It Came To Me This Time
Written-By – K. Wakefield*, L. Caston*
B7 Bad Weather
Written-By – I. Tucker Jr*, S. Wonder*

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Printed and made in Great Britain.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, stamped): SMFP 50421 A - 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, stamped): SMFP 50421 B - 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A and B, etched): Nick W
  • Matrix / Runout (Label, side A): SMFP 50421A
  • Matrix / Runout (Label, side B): SMFP 50421B

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April 4, 2009
I have this LP which came out in the mid-70s. The last track on side 2, Bad Weather, was published in 1973. So 1971 is too early for it to have been released. I would probably have been too young to have bought it then anyway.

Highlights are Bridge Over Troubled Water at a slow, mellow pace, without becoming more R&B like Aretha Franklin's more animated cover version. This album also has a Supremes' cover of The Beatles' Come Together as well as some of their more widely available/known hits. You can still find this LP on retro sites but maybe one more for the collector.

The version of Stoned Love on this album I think is better than that on some other "greatest hits" albums as is Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye.

This is a budget compilation of their work post Diana Ross & The Supremes which still showcases The Supremes' vocal skills and harmonies really well. MFP were a budget label under EMI who rereleased material for budget/chain stores such as the now demised Woolworths. Some of the lesser known tracks may have been B sides at one time but at a budget price, the album was certainly worth it back then.