Mary, Scherrie & Susaye is the twenty-ninth and final studio album by The Supremes, released in 1976 on the Motown label. It featured the final line-up for the Supremes, composed of original Supreme Mary Wilson and latter-day members Scherrie Payne and Susaye Greene. All three Supremes take leads on the album. The album was a mixture of disco dance tracks and R&B ballads. Payne and Greene mostly took over the dance tracks while Wilson performed the ballads. The album was released on October 1976, nine months before the trio disbanded. This album's final sales figures stood at around 50,000 copies.
Three singles were released from the album, although the final single was only released in the UK. While none of the singles were Top 40 chart hits on the respective national charts, "You are My Driving Wheel" and "Let Yourself Go" became top five singles on the BillboardHot Dance Club Songs chart.
"You Are My Driving Wheel" b/w "You're What's Missing in My Life" (B-side taken from High Energy) (Motown 1407, September 30, 1976)
"Let Yourself Go" b/w "You Are the Heart of Me" (Motown 1415, January 25, 1977)
"Love I Never Knew You Could Feel So Good" b/w "This Is Why I Believe in You" (Tamla-Motown 1064, March 1977, UK only)