Cop this rare ‘Preme, B! A whopping 48 Supremes recordings from the Motown vaults, including unreleased demos, alternate takes and rare mixes. This was originally released as a double CD ten years ago, with many of the tracks still unreleased on vinyl until now. Includes some of Diana, Mary and Flo’s earliest recordings (when they were called The Primettes): “Tears Of Sorrow,” covers of the Stones’ “Satisfaction” and the Beatles’ “I Saw Her Standing There,” and more. The alternate vocal versions of “You Can’t Hurry Love” and “Someday We’ll Be Together” will make your eyes water. Also check out the medley of their 3 biggest smashes: “Come See About Me,” “Baby Love” and “Stop! In The Name Of Love.” Trust, these rarities are in good hands with Third Man Records and their new pressing plant in Detroit (we’re told this is the first Motown release ever pressed in the Motor City), located within a mile of Diana Ross’ high school and the housing projects were all three Supremes grew up. Honestly, can’t think of anyone else we’d rather handle this. Immaculately pressed on four black vinyl LPs and housed in a stunning hardcover slipcase with full color printed inner sleeves. Recommended.
- 4x vinyl pressing
- housed in deluxe slipcover
- full-color printed inner jackets
- limited edition
- music label: Third Man Records 2018
reviewed by big dumb man 04/2018
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