The Supremes discography

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The Supremes discography
The Supremes 1966.JPG
Florence Ballard, Mary Wilson and Diana Ross performing together on The Ed Sullivan Show, 1966
Studio albums29
Live albums4
Compilation albums32
Singles66
Soundtrack albums2
No. 1 Singles12
Other albums8

This is a complete listing of all of The Supremes' singles and albums. Described as 'one of the most successful groups of all time' by Billboard;[1] 33 of their singles reached the Billboard Top 40 in the US, 23 reached either the US or UK Top 10. The Supremes are the most successful American group on the US Billboard Hot 100 with 12 number-one peaks, whilst "Baby Love" topped the UK Singles Chart.[2] 12 of their albums reached the Top 10 in either the US or UK, with five of them reaching number-one.

The Supremes A' Go-Go (1966) 'made chart history' as 'the first album in the rock era by a girl group' to hit number-one in the US.[3] In 2018, the Official Charts Company published that The Supremes' Greatest Hits (1967) has a total of 60 weeks in the UK top 40; making it the 4th 'longest-reigning Top 40 girl group album ever'.[4] In 1980, EBONY estimated The Supremes' record sales at 50 million,[5] whilst a 2014 Euronews article states The Supremes' sales exceed 100 million records.[6] In 2017, Billboard ranked The Supremes first on its list of the 'Top 10 Girl Groups Of All Time', writing 'although there have been many girl group smashes in the decades since the Supremes ruled the Billboard charts, no collective has yet to challenge their, for lack of a better word, supremacy.'[7]


Albums[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

List of albums, with selected chart positions and certifications All records released on Motown Records.
Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications
US
[8]
US
R&B

[9]
US
Record World

[10]
CAN
[11]
GER
[12]
NOR
[13]
UK
[14]
The Supremes ('60s)
Meet The Supremes 1962 13
Where Did Our Love Go 1964 2 1 2 33
A Bit of Liverpool 21 5 13
The Supremes Sing Country, Western and Pop 1965 79
We Remember Sam Cooke 75 5 37
More Hits by The Supremes 6 2 6
Merry Christmas 1 81
I Hear a Symphony 1966 8 1 6
The Supremes A' Go-Go 1 1 2 15
The Supremes Sing Holland–Dozier–Holland 1967 6 1 4 15
The Supremes Sing Rodgers & Hart 20 3 19 13
[15]
25
Diana Ross & the Supremes
Reflections 1968 18 3 16 20 30
Diana Ross & the Supremes Sing and Perform "Funny Girl" 150 45
Diana Ross & the Supremes Join The Temptations 2 2 1 2 5
[16]
1
Love Child 14 3 7 11
[18]
10 13
Let the Sunshine In 1969 24 7 23 27
[19]
Together 2 28 6 27 29
[20]
28
Cream of the Crop 33 3 45 50
[21]
34
The Supremes ('70s)
Right On 1970 25 4 29 41
[22]
The Magnificent 7 3 113 18 102 73
[23]
6
New Ways but Love Stays 68 12 43
The Return of the Magnificent Seven 3 1971 154 18
Touch 85 6 40
Dynamite 3 160 21
Floy Joy 1972 54 12 44
The Supremes Produced and Arranged by Jimmy Webb 129 27 107
The Supremes 1975 152 25 190
High Energy 1976 42 24 141 26
[24]
Mary, Scherrie & Susaye
"—" denotes the album failed to chart or was not released

Live albums[edit]

List of live albums, with selected chart positions and certifications All records released on Motown Records.
Title Year Peak chart positions
US
[8]
US
R&B

[9]
US
Record World
CAN
[11]
UK
[14]
The Supremes at the Copa 1965 11 6 10
Live at London's Talk of the Town 1968 57 6 89 6
Farewell 1970 46 31 24 28
[25]
The Supremes Live! In Japan 1 1973
"—" denotes the album failed to chart or was not released
  • 1 Japan-only; released in the US by Motown in 2004


Soundtrack albums[edit]

List of soundtrack albums, with selected chart positions and certifications All records released on Motown Records.
Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications
US
[8]
US
R&B

[9]
US
Record World
CAN
[11]
UK
[14]
TCB 1 1968 1 1 2 2
[16]
11
G.I.T. on Broadway 1 1969 38 4 30
"—" denotes the album failed to chart or was not released
  • 1 Diana Ross & the Supremes with The Temptations.


Compilation albums[edit]

List of compilation albums, with selected chart positions and certifications
Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications
US
[8]
US
R&B

[9]
CAN
[11]
GER
[12]
NLD
[26]
NOR
[13]
UK
[14]
Greatest Hits 1967 1 1 8 1
Greatest Hits Vol. 3 1969 31 5 45
[27]
Diana Ross & the Supremes Anthology (version one) 1974 66 24 58
[28]
20 Golden Greats[29] 1 1977 47 1
At Their Best 1978
20 Greatest Hits (1979)[30] 1979 4
Their Greatest Hits[31] 1980 14
20 Greatest Hits – Compact Command Performances[32] 1984 64
Diana Ross & the Supremes: 25th Anniversary Collection 1985 112 61
Diana Ross & the Supremes Anthology (version two) 1986
The Never-Before-Released Masters 2 1987
Love Supreme 1 1988 10
The Supremes ('70s): Greatest Hits and Rare Classics 1 1991
The Best of Diana Ross & the Supremes: Anthology (version three) 1995
You Keep Me Hangin' On 1 1997
The Ultimate Collection
40 Golden Motown Greats 1 1998 35
The Supremes 3 2000
20th Century Masters: The Best of Diana Ross & the Supremes, Vol. 1
20th Century Masters: The Best of Diana Ross & the Supremes, Vol. 2
Diana Ross & the Supremes Anthology (version four) 2001
The '70s Anthology 2002
Diana Ross & the Supremes: The No. 1's 2003 72 63 18 15
Joined Together: The Complete Studio Duets 4 2004
There's a Place for Us 5
The Supremes: Gold 6 2005
This Is the Story: The '70s Albums, Vol. 1 – 1970–1973: The Jean Terrell Years 7 2006
Soul Legends[37] 86
Diana Ross & the Supremes Remixes 8 2007
Let the Music Play: Supreme Rarities 9 2008
The Definitive Collection
Magnificent: The Complete Studio Duets 10 2009
Icon: Diana Ross & the Supremes 2010
Let Yourself Go: The '70s Albums, Vol 2 – 1974–1977: The Final Sessions 11 2011
50th Anniversary: The Singles Collection 1961–1969[38] 95
"—" denotes the album failed to chart or was not released
  • 1 UK-release.
  • 2 A compilation of previously unreleased songs including a majority of songs from the unreleased Disney Classics sessions.
  • 3 A four-disc box-set.
  • 4 A compilation of all recordings from Diana Ross & The Supremes & The Temptations made during the 1960s.
  • 5 Originally scheduled for release in 1965 as a studio album.
  • 6 A compilation of Greatest Hits, Greatest Hits Vol. 3 and At Their Best.
  • 7 A compilation of Right On, New Ways but Love Stays, Touch, Floy Joy, Produced and Arranged by Jimmy Webb and the previously unreleased Promises Kept sessions, together with three non-album tracks.
  • 8 Japanese collection containing remixes of Supremes and solo Diana Ross recordings.
  • 9 A compilation of unreleased recordings and rarities.
  • 10 A compilation of all recordings from The Supremes & the Four Tops made during the 1970s.
  • 11 A compilation of The Supremes, High Energy and Mary Scherrie & Susaye with several unreleased and alternate versions.

Singles[edit]

List of singles, with selected chart positions and certifications All records released on Motown Records except for the Primettes' "Tears of Sorrow" b/w "Pretty Baby", issued on Lu Pine Records.
A-side title
B-side title
Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
US
[39]
US
Cashbox

[40]
US
Record World

[41]
US
R&B

[42]
US
Record World R&B

[43]
US
Dance

[44]
US
AC

[45]
AUS BEL
[46]
CAN
[11]
GER
[47]
IRE
[48]
NLD
[49][50]
NOR
[13]
SWI
[51]
UK
[52]
[53][54]
The Primettes
"Tears of Sorrow"
"Pretty Baby"
1960 non-album single
The Supremes
"I Want a Guy"
"Never Again"
1961 Meet the Supremes
"Buttered Popcorn" 1
"Who's Lovin' You"
"Your Heart Belongs to Me"
"(He's) Seventeen"
1962 95
"Let Me Go the Right Way"
"Time Changes Things"
90 82 26
"My Heart Can't Take It No More"
"You Bring Back Memories"
1963 129 The Supremes Sing Country, Western and Pop
"A Breathtaking Guy" 2
"(The Man with the) Rock and Roll Banjo Band"
75 75 Where Did Our Love Go
"When the Lovelight Starts Shining Through His Eyes" 3
"Standing at the Crossroads of Love"
23 20 2 11
"Run, Run, Run" 3, 12
"I'm Giving You Your Freedom"
1964 93 86 22
"Where Did Our Love Go" 3
"He Means the World to Me"
1 1 1 1 1 14 7 1
[55]
16 3 4 6 3
"Baby Love" 3
"Ask Any Girl"
1 1 1 1 1 26 13 10
[56]
15 2 7 5 1
"Come See About Me" 3
"(You're Gone But) Always in My Heart"
1 1 1 2 2 78 20 1
[58]
17 27
"Stop! In the Name of Love"
"I'm in Love Again"
1965 1 1 1 2 1 42 12 3
[59]
3 21 7 More Hits by The Supremes
"Back in My Arms Again"
"Whisper You Love Me Boy"
1 1 1 1 1 95 1
[60]
34 40
"Thank You Darling"[61]
"Jonny und Joe"
18 non-album single
"The Only Time I'm Happy" 4
Supremes interview
More Hits by The Supremes
"Nothing but Heartaches"
"He Holds His Own"
11 8 11 6 8 83 9
[62]
"Things Are Changing" 5
"Things Are Changing"
non-album single
"I Hear a Symphony"
"Who Could Ever Doubt My Love"
1 1 1 2 3 48 17
[63]
35 39 I Hear a Symphony
"Children's Christmas Song" 6, 7
"Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Me"
Merry Christmas
"My World Is Empty Without You"
"Everything is Good About You"
5 5 4 10 23 88 29
[64]
I Hear a Symphony
"Love Is Like an Itching in My Heart"
"He's All I Got"
1966 9 9 9 7 9 100 3
[65]
The Supremes A' Go-Go
"You Can't Hurry Love"
"Put Yourself in My Place"
1 1 1 1 1 6 3
[66]
24 3
"You Keep Me Hangin' On"
"Remove This Doubt"
1 1 1 1 1 11 3
[68]
16 26 8 8 The Supremes Sing Holland–Dozier–Holland
"Love Is Here and Now You're Gone"7
"There's No Stopping Us Now"
1967 1 1 1 1 3 45 35 17
"The Happening"
"All I Know About You"
1 1 1 12 16 5 10 5 6 Greatest Hits
Diana Ross & the Supremes
"Reflections"
"Going Down for the Third Time"
1967 2 2 2 4 4 26 24 16 3 5 Reflections
"In and Out of Love" 7
"I Guess I'll Always Love You"
9 10 8 16 8 24 13
"Forever Came Today" 7
"Time Changes Things"
1968 28 13 15 17 15 68 40 28
"Some Things You Never Get Used To" 8
"You've Been So Wonderful to Me"
30 22 21 43 16 98 25
[69]
34 Love Child
"Love Child" 7
"Will This Be the Day"
1 1 1 2 1 2 1
[70]
12 18 7 15
"I'm Gonna Make You Love Me" 9
"A Place in the Sun"
2 1 1 2 1 14 2
[71]
6 27 3 Diana Ross & the Supremes Join The Temptations
"I'm Livin' in Shame" 7
"I'm So Glad (I Got Somebody Like You Around)"
1969 10 8 8 8 7 26 12
[72]
14 Let the Sunshine In
"I'll Try Something New" 9
"The Way You Do the Things You Do"
25 21 19 8 14 16
[73]
Diana Ross & the Supremes Join The Temptations
"The Composer" 7
"The Beginning of the End"
27 21 21 21 11 87 14
[74]
Let the Sunshine In
"No Matter What Sign You Are" 7
"The Young Folks"
31
69
27
89
25 17 17 29
[75]
91
[76]
37
"The Weight" 7
"For Better or Worse"
46 39 37 33 21 36
[77]
Together
"I Second That Emotion" 9, 10
"The Way You Do the Things You Do"
18 Diana Ross & the Supremes Join The Temptations
"Someday We'll Be Together" 11
"He's My Sunny Boy"
1 1 2 1 1 7 12 35 4
[78]
19 13 Let the Sunshine In
"Why (Must We Fall in Love)" 9, 10
"Uptight (Everything's Alright)"
1970 31 Together
"The Rhythm of Life"14
"Ain't No Mountain High Enough"
5 G.I.T. on Broadway
The Supremes
"Up the Ladder to the Roof"
"Bill, When Are You Coming Back"
1970 10 9 7 5 4 28 43 8
[79]
6 Right On
"Everybody's Got the Right to Love"
"But I Love You More"
21 14 13 11 6 29 14
[80]
"Stoned Love"
"Shine on Me"
7 5 5 1 1 24 99 9
[81]
19 3 New Ways but Love Stays
"River Deep – Mountain High" 12
"Together We Can Make Such Sweet Music"
14 15 12 7 3 23 51
[82]
12 25 11 The Magnificent 7
"Nathan Jones"
"Happy (Is a Bumpy Road)"
1971 16 10 8 8 9 29 15
[83]
27 5 Touch
"You Gotta Have Love in Your Heart" 12
"I'm Glad About It"
55 51 46 41 28 25 The Return of the Magnificent Seven
"Touch"
"It's So Hard for Me to Say Good-bye"
71 53 61 28 78
[84]
Touch
"Floy Joy"
"This Is the Story"
16 16 18 5 6 25 31
[85]
9 Floy Joy
"Automatically Sunshine"
"Precious Little Things"
1972 37 37 47 21 17 49
[86]
10
"Without the One You Love" 10, 12
"Let's Make Love Now"
The Magnificent 7
"Your Wonderful, Sweet Sweet Love"
"The Wisdom of Time"
59 70 72 22 81
[87]
Floy Joy
"I Guess I'll Miss the Man"
"Over and Over"
85 100 95 17 The Supremes Produced and Arranged by Jimmy Webb
"Reach Out and Touch (Somebody's Hand)" 10, 12
"Where Would I Be Without You Baby"
The Magnificent 7
"Bad Weather"
"Oh Be My Love"
1973 87 92 115 74 37 non-album single
"Tossin' and Turnin'" 10
"Oh Be My Love"
The Supremes Produced and Arranged by Jimmy Webb
"Baby Love" 13
"Ask Any Girl"
1974 16 12 Where Did Our Love Go
"Where Did Our Love Go" 13
"Nothing but Heartaches"
"He's My Man"
"Give Out, But Don't Give Up"
1975 69 65 The Supremes
"Where Do I Go from Here"
"Give Out, But Don't Give Up"
93
"Early Morning Love" 10
"Where Is It I Belong"
"I'm Gonna Let My Heart Do the Walking"
"Early Morning Love"
1976 40 54 56 25 18 53
[88]
High Energy
"High Energy"
"High Energy"
"You're My Driving Wheel"
"You're What's Missing in My Life"
85 50 46 5 Mary, Scherrie & Susaye
"Let Yourself Go"
"You Are the Heart of Me"
1977 83 5
"Love, I Never Knew You Could Feel So Good"
"This Is Why I Believe in You"
5
"Medley of Hits"[89]
"Love Hangover"
1980 46 non-album single
"Stop! In the Name of Love" 13
"Automatically Sunshine"
1989 62 More Hits by The Supremes
Floy Joy
"—" denotes the single failed to chart or was not released
  • 1 The original master of this single was withdrawn shortly after its release, and a re-recorded version, also featuring Ballard on lead, was issued instead.
  • 2 Originally issued as "A Breath Taking, First Sight Soul Shaking, One Night Love Making, Next Day Heart Breaking Guy", quickly withdrawn and re-pressed with the shortened title.
  • 3 There was no Billboard R&B singles chart from November 1963 until January 1965. Most discographies include R&B information from Cash Box magazine to fill in the gap in the R&B chart, as is done here.
  • 4 Promotional-only single release
  • 5 Promotional radio-only single produced by Phil Spector, for The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
  • 6 Charted on Billboard magazine's Top Holiday Songs chart, peaking at number seven.
  • 7 Background vocals by The Andantes, instead of The Supremes. In the case of "Love is Here and Now You're Gone" and "In and Out of Love", both The Andantes' and Supremes' backing vocal tracks were used.
  • 8 Backing vocals by Ashford & Simpson instead of The Supremes.
  • 9 Diana Ross & The Supremes with The Temptations.
  • 10 UK-only single.
  • 11 Backing vocals by Maxine and Julia Waters instead of The Supremes.
  • 12 The Supremes with the Four Tops.
  • 13 UK re-issue.
  • 14 Australia/New Zealand only-single

Shelved albums[edit]

List of albums, with selected chart positions and certifications The Supremes recorded a number of cancelled albums and shelved projects for Motown Records. These unreleased albums include the following titles:
Title Year Notes
The Supremes Sing Ballads & Blues[90] 1963 The Supremes Sing Ballads & Blues was assigned a catalog number (Motown 610) in late 1963 and given a projected release date. Although it was not released, several of the tracks originally recorded for it appeared on the album The Supremes Sing Country, Western and Pop in spring 1965.
Live, Live, Live![90] 1965 Live, Live, Live!, a live concert recording, was scheduled for release on Motown 625 in early 1965. Although no official track list is available, the live set from the expanded fortieth anniversary edition of the Where Did Our Love Go album features tracks that were slated for inclusion on the album. The Where Did Our Love Go anniversary edition liner notes indicate the possibility of tracks from the Motor-Town Revue in Paris were also considered.
There's a Place for Us[90][91][92] There's a Place for Us, an album of pop standards, was originally scheduled to be released in the summer of 1965 to tie into the Supremes' groundbreaking debut appearance at the Copacabana nightclub in New York. It was ultimately shelved in favor for a live album of their Copacabana engagement which included many songs originally on the album. The album eventually saw a release as an expanded volume in 2004, 39 years after it was completed.[91][92]
Around the World with The Supremes Around the World with The Supremes was a project Motown planned in 1965 consisting of famous international songs such as "C'est si bon," ""Never on Sunday"," "La Bamba," and "Nel Blu Dipinto Di Blu (Volare)." Although instrumental tracks were recorded, the album was never completed as the group never recorded any vocals.
A Tribute to the Girls[90] A Tribute to the Girls was an album Motown planned for the group to record in 1965 featuring songs made famous by girl groups of the time; however it was never completed. Several tracks were featured on the expanded release of There's a Place for Us.
Pure Gold[90] 1966 Pure Gold, an album of greatest hits-like material, was planned for release in May 1966, but was cancelled.
Live at the Roostertail '66 Live at the Roostertail '66, a live concert recording, was planned for release in late 1966 and was to include several outtakes from The Supremes at the Copa, but the album was scrapped. Two tracks from the album, "You Can't Hurry Love," and "Group Introductions," were released in 2000 on a bonus disc included with certain copies of The Supremes box set. The complete show, recorded on September 26, 1966, was released in 2012 on the expanded edition of the I Hear A Symphony album.
The Supremes and the Motown Sound: From Broadway to Hollywood[93] 1967 The Supremes and the Motown Sound: From Broadway to Hollywood was intended for release in early 1967, but no formal track listings for the album were produced despite an album worth of tracks were recorded. It is widely believed that the album would have been based around the group's then-current number one single, "The Happening." Tracks for the album were recorded in Los Angeles and featured songs made popular on Broadway or in Hollywood films. Earlier vaulted material, notably from the featured recordings from the There's a Place for Us, sessions were also considered for inclusion.
Live at the Roostertail '67 Live at the Roostertail '67, a live concert recording, was planned for a possible release in late 1967. Recorded in August 1967, it was the first live recording to feature Cindy Birdsong in the group. Two tracks from the album, "You Keep Me Hangin' On," and "Reflections," were released in 2000 on a bonus disc included with certain copies of The Supremes box set. Audio and tape difficulties prevented the album from being released.
Diana Ross & the Supremes Sing Disney Classics[92] 1968 Diana Ross & the Supremes Sing Disney Classics was an album planned for possible release in early 1968 featuring covers of songs from films produced by Walt Disney Productions. Recordings for the album began in January 1967 with Florence Ballard[92]; before she was replaced by Cindy Birdsong and continued throughout the year with additional sessions in early 1968. The album, however, was never given an assigned catalog number and was shelved after 14 tracks were completed. Songs recorded for the album, including "When You Wish upon a Star," "I've Got No Strings," and "Whistle While You Work," have appeared on several Supremes compilation albums. "Chim Chim Cher-ee", "A Spoonful of Sugar", and "Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah" still remain unreleased.
Some Things You Never Get Used To Some Things You Never Get Used To was a 1968 album based around the single "Some Things You Never Get Used To." The album consisted of new recordings and outtakes from previous albums. Motown hoped the single would be a smash hit after their previous single "Forever Came Today" failed to crack Billboard Top 20. When the song only made it to number 30, their weakest showing since 1963, the album was scrapped. Several of the newer recordings as well as the single would later be placed on Love Child.
Promises Kept 1971 Promises Kept, a 1971 set by the "New Supremes" produced by Clay McMurray, Bobby Taylor, Ashford & Simpson, and others. Despite a wealth of recordings, an official track list was never finalized and the Supremes were instead assigned to work on Floy Joy with Smokey Robinson as producer. Some of the Promises Kept songs appear on the 2000 Supremes box set and the 2002 70s Anthology. Thirteen other tracks from the sessions are also included in The Supremes box set This Is the Story: The '70s Albums, Vol. 1 – 1970–1973: The Jean Terrell Years.
Untitled Stevie Wonder Album 1973 An album to be written and produced by Stevie Wonder was planned for possible release in 1973. Wonder wrote and produced their single "Bad Weather" with hopes the song would return the group back to the top of the charts. However, the song failed to crack the Top 40 and peaked at number 87 on Billboard's Hot 100. With the song's poor charting, the album was scrapped. Two additional tracks, "Soft Days" and "I'll Wait A Lifetime," were recorded for the album; however both tracks currently remain unreleased. Lynda Laurence recalled the group recording six songs with Stevie Wonder before the album was abandoned. Songs rumored to have been planned or recorded for the album included "Superstition" and "Until You Come Back to Me."

There were discussions of an album to be written and produced by Marvin Gaye in 1975 and another album penned by Stevie Wonder in 1976, but no songs or recordings were produced out of these suggested plans.[citation needed]

Videography[edit]

Video albums[edit]

Title Year Certifications
T.A.M.I. Show 1964
Greatest Hits: Live in Amsterdam 1968
Motown 25: Yesterday, Today, Forever 1983
Reflections: The Definitive Performances (1964–1969) 2006

Note[edit]

See also[edit]

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