Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by Superampman, Nov 10, 2017.
Yes, for the harmonies alone plus that brief glorious Motown sound.
I love The Supremes. I enjoy to listening to a lot of Motown songs, they bring me back to listening to AM radio in the car when I was a kid. Motown got a lot of airplay back in the day.
Went to the record store today and found a new arrival and put it in my pile.
The Supremes - We Remember Sam Cooke
Then I gave it to the kid running the store to put on the main system, the whole store was singing and dancing
Unfortunately, the inevitable is close at hand. But there can't help but be a renaissance? Will we be there to see it? Hopefully some of us.
Why would a real man give a flying fig what other people think about his taste in music? Just askin'
Well, I do love Tony Bennet. No one's ever questioned that interest. Okay, I guess it's settled then.
Marilyn McCoo, the Fifth Dimension beauty...and her voice ain't too shabby either!
Not a soul/R&B fan, but if I did listen to Diana Ross/Supremes, I'd have to dance like this LOL
To the OP...Real men listen to whatever they want to.
Of course.The Motown sound defined an era of popular music in America and that sound was exported around the world. The talent on the Motown roster of artists was undeniable, as was the talent on rival label Stax/Volt.
Yes, I love Diana Ross, and The Supremes! Us baby-boomers grew up on that music! Donna Summer, Gladys Knight, Natalie Cole, Aretha Franklin are just a few that I listen to! Everyone's picks on thread are also great singers!!
See? We can also dress how we want. Got a problem with that?
Spinning this one now. Amazing Voice!
One of my quests is to find a sealed copy of this:
That would depend on what's going on in your head.
Well, Tommy _B, ?
At the time? The nutcracker suite.
Supremes- what's not to like?
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