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Diana Ross and the Supremes – Reflections – Used LP
Diana Ross and the Supremes – Reflections – Used LP
Motown Records

Diana Ross and the Supremes – Reflections – Used LP

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VG/VG

By this time (1968) Flo Ballard had been pushed out, and the new name of the group clearly showed the continued focus on Diana.  While, the title track was clearly a gem, the theme of the song also pointed out that perhaps this group wouldn't go on as strongly as hoped after Ballard was pushed out.  Of course, one of the most important elements of this group (and Motown in general) was the production and songwriting team of Holland-Dozier-Holland.  But this was H-D-H at the end of their time with the label, and their last album for this group.  They graced the set with the title track and a few other lesser known noteworthy moments, but this doesn't match some of their earlier sets.  Of course, while they clearly had some good albums, this group was always primarily a singles outfit and many of their albums housed filler. This isn't essential Supremes, but dedicated fans will likely want to have it.  -- winch (green noise records)

 


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