The Supremes release ‘I Hear a Symphony’ produced by Holland & Dozier (1966)
The Supremes‘ ‘I Hear a Symphony’ is an album fully produced by Brian Holland & Lamont Dozier and eleased on February 18, 1966 by Motown.
Track Listing : 1.Stranger In Paradise (Alexander Borodin, Robert C. Wright, George Forrest) – 03:03 . 2.Yesterday (John Lennon, Paul McCartney) – 02:28 . 3.I Hear A Symphony (Brian Holland, Lamont Dozier, Eddie Holland) – 02:41 . 4.Unchained Melody (Alex North, Hy Zaret) – 03:47 . 5.With A Song In My Heart (Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart) – 02:02 . 6.Without A Song (Vincent Youmans, Edward Eliscu, Billy Rose) – 02:59 . 7.My World Is Empty Without You (Brian Holland, Lamont Dozier, Eddie Holland) – 02:33 . 8.A Lover’S Concerto (Sandy Linzer, Denny Randell) – 02:35 . 9.Any Girl In Love (Knows What I’M Going Through) (Brian Holland, Lamont Dozier, Eddie Holland) – 02:59 . 10.Wonderful! Wonderful! (Sherman Edwards, Donald Meyer, Ben Raleigh) – 02:51 . 11.Everything Is Good About You (James Dean, Eddie Holland) – 02:59 . 12.He’S All I Got (Brian Holland, Lamont Dozier, Eddie Holland, James Dean) – 02:46
Musicians : Diana Ross – Lead Vocals . Florence Ballard – Background Vocals . Mary Wilson – Background Vocals . The Andantes – Additional Background Vocals . The Funk Brothers – Instruments
Production : Produced By Brian Holland, Lamont Dozier, Norman Whitfield
Recorded In 1965.
Released On February 18, 1966 By Motown.
(Source The Supremes – I Hear a Symphony | The Supremes @ Wikipedia)
But for me, no matter what else they’d go on to do – indeed, whatever else Diana and Mary go on to do, even now, as I’m writing this – they’d never be quite this good again. […]
gav378 @ RateYourMusic
Granted the cover is beautiful, but the cover is not the content of the album. Particularly nauseating is their versions of Unchained Melody and A Lover’s Concerto. Not really good. […]
He’s All I Got is one of the greatest album tracks the group ever recorded, with stunning vocals by Mary Wilson and Florence Ballard behind Diana Ross, showing the trio in just about its peak form. […]
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