I Hear A Symphony By The Supremes

June 28, 2016

 

The Supremes were riding one of the hot steaks in American music history. They had released five number one singles in a row. That streak came to a quick halt when “Back In My Arms Again” only reached number 11.

Life was about to return to normal when on September 22, 1965, “I Hear A Symphony” entered the Top 100 at number 39. On November, 20, 1965, it reached number one for the first of two weeks and all was right with the world..

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Back In My Arms Again By The Supremes

January 27, 2016

 

The Supremes set a record at the time when “Back In My Arms Again” became their fifth consecutive number one single.

The single debuted on the BILLBOARD Hot 100 May 1, 1965, at number 68 and six weeks later reached number one on June 12th. It only remained in the top position only one week but it was enough to extend their streak.


Stop! In The Name of Love By The Supremes

October 5, 2015

The Supremes made music history on March 27, 1965, when they became the first group to have four number one hits in a row.

“Stop In The Name Of Love” was recorded January 5th and entered the Pop Chart February 20th.  Five weeks later it reached the top of the charts for a two week stay.

The question was, could they make it five in a row. Stay tuned.


Come See About Me By The Supremes

June 12, 2015

 

When the Supremes “Come See About Me” reached number one on December 19,1964, it was the first time that American group had three number one singles issued from the same album (WHERE DID OUR LOVE GO), It was also their third number one hit single in a row.

At the the beginning of the year, The Supremes had been an unknown and struggling act. They ended the year by performing for tens-of-millions of people on the Ed Sullivan show on December 27.

“Come See About Me” spent one week at number one, then settled in at number two for three weeks before returning to the top of the charts for the week of January 16.


Where Did Our Love Go By The Supremes

February 21, 2015

Diana Ross, Florence Ballard, and Mary Wilson’s career was going nowhere. They had released eight singles with little success. All that was about to change courtesy of Gladys Horton of The Marvelettes.

The Marvelettes had turned down the Holland-Dozier-Holland song “Where Did Our Love Go” and it ended up being offered to the Supremes. They recorded the song April 8, 1964, and just over four weeks later, beginning on August 22, it was the number one song in the United States for two weeks.

A career was resurrected but the best was yet to come.


Where Did Our Love Go 45 by The Supremes

February 16, 2012

“Where Did Our Love Go” is the song that made The Supremes superstars. They has had five singles make the American singles charts but the highest charting had been “When The Lovelight Starts Shining Through His Eyes,” which reached number 23.

“Where Did Our Love Go” was released during the summer of 1964 and spent two weeks on top of the BILLBOARD MAGAZINE Pop Singles Chart. It was the first of five straight number one single releases.


Nothing But Heartaches 45 by The Supremes

January 22, 2012

The Supremes were on a roll from mid-1964 to mid-1965 with five number one singles in a row. Diana Ross, Florence Ballard, and Mary Wilson sat near the top of the music world.

They released “Nothing But Heartaches” July 31, 1965. It was an up-tempo and smooth pop song, which was similar to their past hits. The music industry can be funny at times as it only reached number 11 on the BILLBOARD MAGAZINE Pop Singles Chart. Their next release, “I Hear A Symphony,” would return them to the top of the charts.

The Supremes remain one of the most successful pop groups in history with 47 chart singles and 12 reaching number one.