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The Supremes - A Bit Of Liverpool download mp3 album
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Album:
A Bit Of Liverpool
Style:
Rhythm & Blues
Released:
1964
Country:
Germany
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1997 mb
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1517 mb
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1327 mb
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A Bit of Liverpool is the third studio album by The Supremes, released in the fall of 1964 on the Motown label. It was produced by Berry Gordy with Hal Davis and Marc Gordon doing the mixing. As an indication of how hot they were at the time, the album just missed the Top 20 in the . peaking at No. 21. While not quite as prolific as their pop counterparts at that time, The Beatles, The Supremes enjoyed three albums charting simultaneously in 1964–65.

As many of the Mersey beat groups like The Beatles had declared Motown as being music they aspire to, Berry Gordy decided to pay tribute to these acts via his n. group The Supremes.

Is A Bit Of Liverpool the best album by The Supremes? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. The Supremes - A Bit Of Liverpool EP 7" VG Vinyl 33 Motown S 623 USA 1964 Condition: Used. Time left: 3d 11h 33m. Ships to: Worldwide. The Supremes 7" 33 Jukebox EP A Bit Of Liverpool MOTOWN S 623 1965 Condition: Used. Time left: 5d 12h 43m 17s.

A Bit Of Liverpool albümünü ve albüme ait şarkıları bu sayfada görebilir ve dinleyebilirsiniz. Ayrıca The Supremes şarkıcısına ait diğer albümleri de görebilirsiniz. A Bit Of Liverpool, TCB (2 classic albums on 1 CD) The Supremes. Where Did Our Love Go The Supremes. Puzzle People The Temptations. Everything Is Everything Diana Ross. New Ways But Love Stays The Supremes. Essential Alison Krauss Alison Krauss. The Supremes - Popüler Albümleri. Let Yourself Go: The ?70s Albums, Volume 2 1974-1977 The Final Sessions The Supremes. High Energy The Supremes. Sing Rodgers & Hart: The Complete Recordings The Supremes

The Supremes - A World Without Love 02:40. The Supremes - House of the Rising Sun 03:08. The Supremes - A Hard Day's Night 02:17. The Supremes - Because 02:24. The Supremes - You've Really Got a Hold on Me 02:43. The Supremes - You Can't Do That 02:27. The Supremes - Do You Love Me 02:36. The Supremes - I Want to Hold Your Hand 02:15.

Album: A Bit Of Liverpool, TCB. 0. 1. A Hard Day's Night. 2. You Can't Do That. You Can't Do That Lyrics. Diana Ross & The Supremes Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. All Music News . Popular Diana Ross & The Supremes Lyrics.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 How Do You Do It
Written-By – M. Murray*
1:47
A2 World Without Love
Written-By – McCartney, Lennon*
2:42
A3 House Of The Rising Sun
Written-By – Gallico*
3:09
A4 A Hard Days Night
Written-By – McCartney, Lennon*
2:18
A5 Because
Written-By – Dave Clark
2:26
A6 You've Really Got A Hold On Me
Written-By – Wm. Robinson*
2:45
B1 You Can't Do That
Written-By – McCartney, Lennon*
2:28
B2 Do You Love Me
Written-By – Berry Gordy, Jr.*
2:39
B3 Can't Buy Me Love
Written-By – McCartney, Lennon*
2:14
B4 I Want To Hold Your Hand
Written-By – McCartney, Lennon*
2:17
B5 Bits And Pieces
Written-By – Clark*, Smith*
2:01

Credits

  • Producer – Berry Gordy, Davis & Gordon

Notes

Entire album recorded in Los Angeles, likely Sound Recorders.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
S 62 482 The Supremes A Bit Of Liverpool ‎(LP, Album) CBS S 62 482 Germany 1964
TMLO 11002 The Supremes With Love (From Us To You) ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Tamla Motown TMLO 11002 Australia 1965
MT-623, 623 The Supremes A Bit Of Liverpool ‎(LP, Album, Mono, Hol) Motown, Motown MT-623, 623 US 1964
TMLM 6001 The Supremes A Bit Of Liverpool ‎(LP, Album) Tamla Motown TMLM 6001 New Zealand 1965
M 623 The Supremes A Bit Of Liverpool ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Motown M 623 US 1964
  • Mogelv
This was album was my introduction to the Supremes and the Beatles. My fondest memory of this LP was the German pressing on CBS Records and the cover with the ladies in their green suits and bowler hats. The covers are fine and I've no problems with them as this album was a way to expand horizons of the group during their rise to stardom. The mixing was unusual as you had the isolated vocals on one channel and the music on the other. Still, its a fun album to listen to and it's one of my favorites growing up.
  • Orevise
Not brilliant, but some of the material makes for a fun, engaging listen. Other parts, such as their rushed, uninspired take on 'A Hard Day's Night' come off less favourably. As many of the Mersey beat groups like The Beatles had declared Motown as being music they aspire to, Berry Gordy decided to pay tribute to these acts via his no.1 group The Supremes. The other idea was to expand The Supremes beyond just the pop market and attract an adult-buying market; basically including something for everyone. Whether it works is entirely dependent on your own opinion. Some view such concept albums as shameless cash-ins. Some even said The Supremes had "sold out" by recording such music. I'd say this is purely double standards, as nobody claimed the likes of The Beatles and other white acts were "selling out" by copying songs by black American artists. It is well known that Motown's albums and singles were all completed at break-neck speed and unfortunately that is very evident here. Tracks like 'You Can't Do That' and 'You've Really Got A Hold On Me' work extremely well, while others like 'Do You Love Me' are pale imitations of the originals.Ian Phillips