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Where Did Our Love Go is The Supremes' sophomore album.

The album was released on August 31, 1964 by Motown Records. It was produced by Brian Holland, Lamont Dozier, Smokey Robinson, Norman Whitfield & Robert Gordy.

It includes several of the group's singles and B-sides from 1963 and 1964.

Tracklist[edit | edit source]

Side One:

  1. "Where Did Our Love Go?"
  2. "Run, Run, Run"
  3. "Baby Love"
  4. "When The Lovelight Starts Shining Through His Eyes"
  5. "Come See About Me"
  6. "Long Gone Lover"

Side Two:[edit | edit source]

  1. "I'm Giving You Your Freedom"
  2. "A Breathtaking Guy"
  3. "He Means The World To Me"
  4. "Standing At The Crossroads of Love"
  5. "Your Kiss of Fire"
  6. "Ask Any Girl"

2004 Expanded Edition Bonus Tracks:

  1. "This Is It"
  2. "I'm The Exception To The Rule"
  3. "Everyday I'll Love You More Than Yesterday"
  4. "Beginning To Ending"
  5. "Mr. Blues"
  6. "Come On Boy"
  7. "Bye Baby"
  8. "My Imagination"
  9. "I Idolize You"
  10. "You're Gonna Come To Me" (Version 4-credited as Version 3)
  11. "Honey Babe"
  12. "Penny Pincher"
  13. "Let Me Hear You Say (I Love You)"
  14. "Don't Take It Away"
  15. "Just Call Me"
  16. "That's A Funny Way"
  17. "Stop, Look, & Listen"
  18. "Send Me No Flowers"
  19. "Baby Love" (alternate "early" version)
  20. "Introduction/Devil's Den"" (Live 1964)
  21. "When The Lovelight Starts Shining Through His Eyes" (Live 1964)
  22. "Your Heart Belongs To Me" (Live 1964)
  23. "Let Me Go The Right Way" (Live 1964)
  24. "I Am Woman, You Are Man" (Live 1964)
  25. "People" (Live 1964)
  26. "Where Did Our Love Go?" (Live 1964)

Personnel[edit | edit source]

  • Diana Ross, Mary Wilson, Florence Ballard - Lead and background vocals
  • The Four Tops and Holland-Dozier-Holland - Background vocals ("Lovelight" and "Run, Run, Run")
  • Brian Holland and Lamont Dozier - producers
  • Smokey Robinson - producer ("Long Gone Lover" and "A Breathtaking Guy")
  • Norman Whitfield - producer ("He Means The World To Me")
  • Robert Gordy - producer ("Your Kiss of Fire")
  • Funk Brothers - instrumentation
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