Right On is the nineteenth studio album by The Supremes, released in 1970 for the Motown label. It was the group's first album not to feature former lead singer Diana Ross. Her replacement, Jean Terrell, began recording Right On with Mary Wilson and Cindy Birdsong in mid-1969, while Wilson and Birdsong were still touring with Ross
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The Supremes is a 2000 box set compilation of the material by Motown's most popular act of the 1960s, The Supremes. The set covers The Supremes' entire recording history, from its first recordings as The Primettes in 1960 to its final recordings in 1976. The set is four compact discs long; a bonus disc, An Evening with The Supremes, contained mostly unreleased live recordings and was included in the first 25,000 sets.
Album by The Supremes. Up The Ladder To The Roof. Everybody's Got The Right To Love. Wait A Minute Before You Leave Me. You Move Me. But I Love You More. I Got Hurt (Trying To Be The Only Girl In Your Life). Take A Closer Look At Me. Then I Met You. Bill, When Are You Coming Back.
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Preceding their 1962 debut album, Meet the Supremes, it was the group’s only single to foreground the group’s original lead vocalist, Florence Ballard, who had also fronted their pre-Supremes incarnation, the Primettes.
|A1||Up The Ladder To The Roof||2:58|
|A2||Then We Can Try Again||2:35|
|A3||Everybody's Got The Right To Love||2:36|
|A4||Wait A Minute Before You Leave Me||2:56|
|A5||You Move Me||2:45|
|A6||But I Love You More||3:15|
|B1||I Got Hurt (Trying To Be The Only Girl In Your Life)||2:30|
|B3||Take A Closer Look At Me||2:34|
|B4||Then I Met You||2:56|
|B5||Bill, When Are You Coming Back||3:20|
|B6||The Loving Country||3:45|
- Art Direction – Curtis McNair
- Design [Album] – Okamoto*, Jim Ladwig
- Design [Packaging] – Album Graphics Inc.*
- Photography By – Frank Dandridge
NotesCover printed in special "poster" gatefold sleeve: punctured gatefold is on top of the sleeve and can be torn away leaving a standard LP jacket, and the rest is a 12"x24" folded (in the middle) cardboard poster featuring an alternate pose of the album cover. 2" of the top part of the poster has the track listing printed on it and has a punctured line that separates it from the poster.
"Right On" marks The Supremes' first LP after the departure of Diana Ross from the group.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Label Code (Side 1 Label): HS-1700-4
- Label Code (Side 2 Label): HS-1701-3
- Label Code (Side 1 Label): Z4RS-2145
- Label Code (Side 2 Label): Z4RS-2146
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