Right On is an album by The Supremes.
The album was released on April 26, 1970 on Motown Records. It was their first album not to feature former lead singer Diana Ross.
It was produced by Frank Wilson, Clay McMurray & Ivy Jo Hunter.
Album Background[edit | edit source]
Diana's replacement Jean Terrell began recording the album with Mary Wilson & Cindy Birdsong in the summer of 1969 while Mary & Cindy were still touring with Diana.
The recording of the album lasted until April of 1970.
Tracklist[edit | edit source]
- "Up The Ladder To The Roof"
- "Then We Can Try Again"
- "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)"
- "Baby, Baby"
- "Take A Closer Look At Me"
- "Then I Met You"
- "Bill, When Are You Coming Back?"
- "The Loving Country"
Personnel[edit | edit source]
- Jean Terrell - Lead vocals
- Mary Wilson - Background vocals
- Cindy Birdsong - Background vocals
- "The Andantes" - Additional backing vocals
- Frank Wilson - Producer
Chart Performance[edit | edit source]
|Charts (1970)||Peak Position|
|U.S. Billboard Pop Albums||#25|
|U.S. Billboard R&B Albums||#4|