The Supremes’ 18th studio album (and 3rd of 1969) was released on 3 November 1969.
It was the final album with Diana Ross as part of the group, and Motown had already started to publicize her solo career when the album was released. The chart-topping single from the album, “Someday We’ll Be Together,” was intended to be Ross’s first solo single, but Berry Gordy decided to include it on the album, even though Cindy Birdsong nor Mary Wilson appear on the song.
The album peaked at #33 in the US, selling almost 600,000 copies.
“We stand today on the edge of a new frontier-the frontier of the 1960s, a frontier of unknown opportunities and perils-a frontier of unfulfilled hopes and threats.” ~ John Fitzgerald Kennedy
The Supremes’ 18th studio album
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