Motown publish The Supremes’ second album : ‘Where Did Our Love Go’ featuring ‘Baby Love’ (1964)

The Supremes’ ‘Where Did Our Love Go’ is their second studio album released on August 31, 1964 by Motown.

Track listing : 1.Where Did Our Love Go (Lamont Dozier, Brian Holland, Eddie Holland) – 02:35 . 2.Run, Run, Run (Lamont Dozier, Brian Holland, Eddie Holland) – 02:23 . 3.Baby Love (Lamont Dozier, Brian Holland, Eddie Holland) – 02:36 . 4.When the Lovelight Starts Shining Through His Eyes (Lamont Dozier, Brian Holland, Eddie Holland) – 02:38 . 5.Come See About Me (Lamont Dozier, Brian Holland, Eddie Holland) – 02:41 . 6.Long Gone Lover (Smokey Robinson) – 02:35 . 7.I’m Giving You Your Freedom (Lamont Dozier, Brian Holland, Eddie Holland) – 02:36 . 8.A Breathtaking Guy (Smokey Robinson) – 02:35 . 9.He Means The World to Me (Norman Whitfield) – 01:53 . 10.Standing at the Crossroads of Love (Lamont Dozier, Brian Holland, Eddie Holland) – 02:29 . 11.Your Kiss of Fire (Berry Gordy, Jr., Harvey Fuqua) – 02:44 . 12.Ask Any Girl (Lamont Dozier, Brian Holland, Eddie Holland) – 03:07 .

Musicians : The Supremes – . Diana Ross – Vocals . Florence Ballard – Vocals . Mary Wilson – Vocals . The Four Tops – Background Vocals On (2 – 4) . Holland–Dozier–Holland – Background Vocals On (2 – 4) . The Funk Brothers – Instrumentation .

Production Produced by Brian Holland & Lamont Dozier on (1 – 2 – 3 – 4 – 5 – 7 – 10 – 12), Smokey Robinson on (6 – 8), Norman Whitfield on (9), Robert Gordy on (11) .

Recorded December 28, 1962 – July 13, 1964.

Released on August 31, 1964 by Motown.

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BBC
The Supremes’ metamorphosis is joyously captured on their second album.Yet Where Did Our Love Go is a breathtaking capture of the metamorphosis of a group emerging out of the shadows to become one of the world’ leading pop acts, as exciting as any Beatles release of the time. […]

BradL @ RateYourMusic
Like the debut, this contains a few singles and some filler. On the other hand, what singles! “Where Did Our Love Go” and its clone, “Baby Love”, are classic black popand the third single included here — “Come See About Me” — ranks with the very best Motown tracks. […]

allmusic
It effectively turned the trio — who were called the ‘No-Hit Supremes’ by Motown insiders — into one of the label’s most substantial acts of the 1960s. […]

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