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Where Did Our Love Go - Various - Soul Cuts (CD)

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  1. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Bubblegum Soul - Various Artists on AllMusic - - The liner notes of this excellent song.
  2. Preview, buy and download songs from the album Motown Anthems, including "Baby Love (Single Version) [Mono]," "Dancing In the Street (Single Version)," "Reach Out, I'll Be There (Stereo) [For Two Remix]" and many more. Buy the album for £ Songs start at £
  3. rows · The Supremes were a very successful Motown all-female singing group active from .
  4. Jan 01,  · Where Did Our Love Go remained on the Billboard album chart for an unprecedented 89 weeks. According to Motown data, the album ultimately sold over 3,, copies. This album was also the first ever number one album on Billboard's R&B album chart in January Description provided by Wikipedia under Creative Commons Attribution CC-BY-SA /5(45).
  5. Aug 05,  · Songs are mostly 60's soul, plus Natalie Cole's version of the title tune and two other modern selections. Fidelity is mediocre on some of the older stuff. This one's strictly for soundtrack completists or fans of what is a rather minor comedy film/5(4).
  6. The appeal of the Motown sound was way too universal to contain within English-speaking countries. Here, for the first time, are all the foreign-language singles Motown artists released during its classic era plus bonus cuts; they tackle Italian (You Can't Hurry Love Supremes; My Girl Temptations; My Cherie Amour Stevie Wonder; Reach Out I'll Be There Four Tops), German (How Sweet It Is to /5(12).
  7. Sep 17,  · The album cuts are all top-notch, culled from various recording sessions, with stand-outs including 'Ask Any Girl' (the B-side to 'Baby Love'), which could easily have been a hit in its own right, and 'I'm Giving You Your Freedom', capturing an unusually earthy vocal from Diana Ross/5().
  8. “Where Did Our Love Go” is one; it was a number one hit as recorded by Diana Ross and The Supremes in It’s the kind of song, as history affirms, that could be a compelling hit for many other.

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