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The Supremes - The Supremes Sing Rodgers & Hart - The Complete Recordings MP3 FLAC
The Supremes
The Supremes Sing Rodgers & Hart - The Complete Recordings
Ballad, Vocal
26 Mar 2002
440 016 817-2
FLAC size:
2300 mb
MP3 size:
1985 mb
WMA size:
1164 mb


1Thou Swell2:43
2Blue Moon2:40
3The Lady Is A Tramp2:30
6My Heart Stood Still2:17
7Little Girl Blue3:13
8Johnny One Note2:38
9Where Or When3:02
10You Took Advantage Of Me - Alternate Mix3:46
11Mountain Greenery1:54
12The Blue Room2:22
13 Original LP, Released May 1967
14Wait Till You See Him2:25
15Dancing On The Ceiling2:47
16There's A Small Hotel2:39
17This Can't Be Love1:44
18It Never Entered My Mind2:18
19Bewitched, Bothered And Bewildered - Alternate Version2:09
20Spring Is Here2:53
21 Bonus Tracks: From The LP Sessions
22With A Song In My Heart2:57
23Medley: The Lady Is A Tramp/Let's Get Away From It All
Written-By ["Let's Get Away From It All"] – Matt Dennis, Thomas Adair
24I Didn't Know What Time It Was2:26
25I Could Write A Book2:45
26My Romance2:36
27Falling In Love With Love2:28
28My Funny Valentine3:14
29 Recorded At The Copacabana, NYC, May 19, 1967


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
STML 11054The Supremes The Supremes Sing Rodgers & Hart ‎(LP, Album)Tamla MotownSTML 11054UK1967
STM 659The Supremes Supremes Sing Rodgers & Hart ‎(LP, Album)MotownSTM 659Germany1967
STAM-158The Supremes Las Supremas Interpretan A Rodgers Y Hart ‎(LP, Album)Tamla MotownSTAM-158MexicoUnknown
S-32528The Supremes The Supremes Cantan Los Exitos De Roger Y Hart ‎(LP)Tamla MotownS-32528Spain1974
S/5248The Supremes The Supremes Sing Rodgers & Hart ‎(LP, Album, Club)World Record ClubS/5248Australia1972


  • Art DirectionVartan
  • Artwork By [Original Lp Cover Art] – Studio Six Detroit
  • Compilation ProducerHarry Weinger
  • Compilation Producer [Associate Producer]Andrew Skurow
  • Coordinator [Production Coordination]Monique McGuffin
  • DesignMathieu Bitton
  • Liner Notes [From The Original Lp Jacket]Gene Kelly
  • Liner Notes [Introduction To The Expanded Edition]Theodore S. Chapin
  • Liner Notes [Thou Swell]Andrew Skurow, Harry Weinger
  • Lyrics ByLorenz Hart
  • Mixed ByDeke Richards (tracks: 13 to 19, 22 to 24), Kevin Reeves (tracks: 20, 21, 25, 26), Russ Terrana (tracks: 1 to 12)
  • Music ByRichard Rodgers
  • Photography [Photo Coordination] – Ryan Null
  • Producer [The Rodgers & Hart Studio Recordings]Berry Gordy (tracks: 1 to 25), Gil Askey (tracks: 1 to 25)
  • Remastered By [Digitally Remastered By]Kevin Reeves


1. The Lady Is A Tramp
From Babes In Arms, 1937
2. Mountain Greenery
From The Garrick Gaieties, 1926
3. This Can't Be Love
From The Boys From Syracuse, 1938
4. Where Or When
From Babes In Arms, 1937
5. Lover
From Love Me Tonight, 1932
6. My Funny Valentine
From Babes In Arms, 1937
7. My Romance
From Jumbo, 1935
8. My Heart Stood Still
From One Dam Thing After Another, 1927
9. Falling In Love With Love
From The Boys From Syracuse, 1938
10. Thou Swell
From A Connecticut Yankee, 1927
11. Dancing On The Ceciling
From Ever Green, 1930
12. Blue Moon
The only Rodgers & Hart success not associated with a stage or screen musical, 1934
13. Manhattan
From The Garrick Gaieties, 1925
14. The Blue Room
From The Girl Friend, 1926
15. With A Song In My Heart
From Spring Is Here, 1929
16. Spring Is Here
From I Married An Angel, 1938
17. Little Girl Blue
From Jumbo, 1935
18. It Never Entered My Mind
From Higher And Higher, 1940
19. There's A Small Hotel
From On Your Toes, 1936
20. You Took Advantage Of Me
From Present Arms, 1928
21. Bewitched, Bothered And Bewildered
From Pal Joey, 1940
22. Wait Till You See Him
From By Jupiter, 1942
23. I Didn't Know What Time It Was
From Too Many Girls, 1939
24. Johnny One Note
From Babes In Arms, 1937
25. I Could Write A Book
From Pal Joey, 1940
26. Medley:
The Lady Is A Tramp/Let's Get Away From It All
(Live At The Copa, May 19, 1967)
("Let's Get Away From It All" written by Thomas Adair and Matt Dennis)
#1-12 originally released on the album The Supremes Sing Rodgers & Hart, Motown 659, May 1967
#3 R&B, #20 Pop. There were no singles issued from the LP
#13 & 14 first issued on the Supremes' 3-LP collection, 25th Anniversary, Motown 5381, April 1986
#15-24 first issued on the Supremes' CD compilation, The Rodgers & Hart Collection, Motown 09074, 1987, except 20 & 21 (alternate versions), 25 & 26 are previously unreleased


With special thanks to George Solomon.

Digitally remastered by Kevin Reeves at Universal Mastering Studios-East.
Original LP mixed by Russ Terrana at Hitsville USA, Detroit, MI
#13-24 except #20 and #21 mixed by Deke Richards, Los Angeles, CA
Previously unreleased tracks mixed by Kevin Reeves, Edison, NJ

Original LP art and photographs courtesy of Motown Archives and Andrew Skurow
Page 9 photograph courtesy of Thomas Ingrassia/Motown Archives

Special thanks to The Supremes, Mike Dvorchak, Bert Fink, Ted Chapin and the staff at The Rodgers & Hammerstein Organization


℗ © 2002 Motown Records, a division of UMG Recordings, Inc.

Tray Insert: D142877 Mfd. for BMG Direct


  • Other (BMG number): D142877


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Motown Records
  • Copyright (c) – Motown Records
  • Record Company – BMG Direct Marketing, Inc. – D142877
  • Manufactured For – BMG Direct – D142877
  • Mixed At – Hitsville USA Studios, Detroit
  • Remastered At – Universal Music Studios East, NYC