The Supremes had more hits than any other female group in the history of R&B. Six of the Detroit trio’s singles topped Billboard’s R&B chart, and twice that number reached the #1 position on the magazine’s pop chart. Seven of their albums placed at #1 R&B and three at #1 pop. All were issued on the Motown label. Next to The Beatles, the Supremes were the hottest musical act in the 1960s.
All of The Supremes chart-topping hits featured the cooing lead vocals of Diana Ross, with the exception of 1970’s “Stoned Love,” which was sung by Jean Terrell after Ross left to pursue a solo career. When The Supremes started in the late-1950s as... Read More