51 Songs, 2 Hours 16 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

As the folks behind the Motown sound often said, the Supremes were not just a song or a string of hits, they were "a feeling"-a simple but identifiable exuberance with an extraordinary studio sound. "Where Did Our Love Go," both the song and the album of the same name, was the earliest embodiment of this feeling, and it was tailor-made for a crush-happy American teen audience. The connection this and other early singles such as "Come See About Me" and "Baby Love" made with that audience would be the Supremes' first significant steps toward worldwide pop domination.

EDITORS’ NOTES

As the folks behind the Motown sound often said, the Supremes were not just a song or a string of hits, they were "a feeling"-a simple but identifiable exuberance with an extraordinary studio sound. "Where Did Our Love Go," both the song and the album of the same name, was the earliest embodiment of this feeling, and it was tailor-made for a crush-happy American teen audience. The connection this and other early singles such as "Come See About Me" and "Baby Love" made with that audience would be the Supremes' first significant steps toward worldwide pop domination.

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