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The Supreme Voices Collection

by Supreme Voices

This collection includes a bonus DVD of the Ladies' 20th Anniversary Show at the Henry Fonda. It is the complete show, including the awards presented to all 8 Supremes, and it is also one of Cindy Birdsong's last public appearances!
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  Song Share Time Download
1. How Do You Keep the Music Playing
9:04 album only
2. Road to Freedom
6:33 album only
3. Rescue Me
5:36 album only
4. Keep on Loving Me
5:09 album only
5. Give Me the Night
5:06 album only
6. Breaking and Entering
6:06 album only
7. Don't Rock My World
5:31 album only
8. I'm a Fool for Love
6:38 album only
9. Piano
4:54 album only
10. Up the Ladder to the Roof
6:13 album only
11. Somewhere out There
6:30 album only
12. Up the Ladder to the Roof [Matt Pop Club Mix]
7:05 album only
13. Stoned Love [Matt Pop Club Mix]
9:05 album only
14. Nathan Jones [Unreleased Rick Gianatos Mix]
6:09 album only
15. Sisters United (We're Taking Control) [Rds Supreme Voices Club Mix]
6:39 album only
16. Sisters United (We're Taking Control) [Soulshaker Club Mix]
6:33 album only
17. Love and Happiness [Rick Gianatos Original Recipe Mix]
5:40 album only
18. Give Me the Night [Matt Pop Club Mix]
6:44 album only
19. Give Me the Night [Matt Pop Dub Mix]
7:07 album only
20. Give Me the Night [Matt Pop Radio Edit]
4:01 album only
21. Give Me the Night [Tweaka Turner Anthem Mix]
6:02 album only
22. Moving on Up [Rinaldo Montezz Funky Drone Mix]
5:38 album only
23. Moving on Up [Rinaldo Montezz Funky Drone Mix] [Radio Edit]
3:34 album only
24. Moving on Up [Rinaldo Montezz Funky Drone Dub Mix] [Radio Edit]
3:34 album only


Album Notes
The story of Motown's premier Girl group "The Supremes" has been well documented. Following the departure of Diana Ross, they replaced the line up several times with Jean Terrell, Lynda Laurence and Scherrie Payne being mainstays amongst the replacements. In the 1980's, Jean, Scherrie and Lynda formed the FLOS (Former Ladies of the Supremes) and began to perform their glamorous, sassy show around the world. I first encountered the group in Los Angeles in 1989 when they were recording with their producer Rick Gianatos, who subsequently has become a dear close friend and business partner. Following the demise of Motorcity Records with whom the group had participated in the "MotorCity reunion," Rick, who had been Scherrie's producer for many years approached the group about recording a totally new album and that is how Supreme Voices began its life. The group underwent a change as we began the project, with Jean Terrell deciding to leave and being replaced with their first new member. That lady was the soulful vocalist Sundray Tucker who just happened to be Lynda's sister. It was now 1993 and we slowly began the recordings and collecting tracks for the album. I had suggested my all time favourite dance hit "Give Me the Night" and my then UK business partner Barry Andrews found an original song- "Road to Freedom" from the guys who had written "Everybody's Free" for Rozalla. Scherrie provided some self penned tracks and all was going smoothly for us to reach a deadline on the album. However nature decided to intervene as we had almost finished the album when the Los Angeles Earthquake hit on January 17, 1994. Within days I had a flight booked to go over and persuaded Rick we should carry on. It was hard for all as the devastation was terrible. Being real troopers, the ladies finished up not even flinching at the small aftershocks we felt in the studio. Rick, forever the professional mixed the tracks through the night to meet our deadlines as the ladies were due to tour the UK with The Commodores and we wanted the album to be available for that. The album sold out and stands proud as a testament to both the Ladies vocal abilities and Rick's craftsmanship and professionalism. With further changes to the line up years later Rick produced a track written by Scherrie that we also released as a single on ALTAIR called "Sisters United (We're Taking Control)" a powerhouse independent homage to female empowerment, a decade before current campaigns. The tracks remastered and remixed on this collection showcase how truly SUPREME these ladies remain and continue to be alongside the cream of their Motorcity tracks this is truly an ultimate collection of SUPREME VOICES!



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This is a treasure. A gem. An early Christmas present....and this one has a big bow on it, too! Bringing Supreme Voices back into
the light is a joy. The DVD is fabulous and seeing Susaye, Sundray and Cindy receiving awards after the show is very moving, esp.
Cindy's speech which is one of her last public appearances. Joyce and Pam Vincent help out with background vocals, too. They're
all here for your listening pleasure. Rick Gianatos really delivered the goods here....thank you Rick, and everyone involved in
making this available to us fans. A big, special thank you to all the wonderful ladies of the Supremes....past and present. Fingers crossed there's more in the pipeline.