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The Supremes - We Remember Sam Cooke Album

The Supremes - We Remember Sam Cooke Album
We Remember Sam Cooke
The Supremes
MP3 album size:
2142 mb
FLAC album size:
1837 mb
Tamla Motown


1Wonderful World
Written-By – B. Campbell
2Chain Gang
Written-By – C. Cooke, S. Cooke
3Only Sixteen
Written-By – B. Campbell
4Havin A Party
Written-By – S. Cooke
5A Change Is Gonna Come
Written-By – S. Cooke
6(Ain't That) Good News
Written-By – S. Cooke
Written-By – S. Cooke
Written-By – S. Cooke
9You Send Me
Written-By – L.C. Cooke
10Bring It On Home To Me
Written-By – S. Cooke
11Nothing Can Change This Love
Written-By – S. Cooke


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
MT 629The Supremes We Remember Sam Cooke ‎(LP, Album, Mono)MotownMT 629US1965
MO 629, MO-629, 629The Supremes We Remember Sam Cooke ‎(LP, Album, Mono, RE)Tamla Motown, Tamla Motown, MotownMO 629, MO-629, 629Canada1967
MS 629The Supremes We Remember Sam Cooke ‎(LP, Album)MotownMS 629US1965
CSJ-464The Supremes We Remember Sam Cooke ‎(LP, Album, Unofficial, Red)中聲CSJ-464Taiwan1965
ODR6507The Supremes We Remember Sam Cooke ‎(CD, RE)Oldays RecordsODR6507Japan2017


  • ProducerHal Davis, Marc Gordon, Harvey Fuqua


We Remember Sam Cooke is the fifth studio album recorded by The Supremes, issued by Motown in April 1965 see 1965 in music. The album is a tribute album dedicated to soul musician Sam Cooke, who had died the previous December. Notable selections on the album, consisting entirely of Cooke covers, included covers of A Change Is Gonna Come, You Send Me and Ain't That Good News led by Florence Ballard. We Remember Sam Cooke is an album by The Supremes. It was released on April 12, 1965 by Motown Records. Notable selections on the album consisting entirely of Sam Cooke covers included covers of A Change Is Gonna Come, You Send Me and Ain't That Good News led by Florence Ballard . It was the second most successful in a series of themed albums enjoying a 5 peak on the Billboard R&B chart. We Remember Sam Cooke. The Supremes. But despite its relevance - Cooke was killed in December 1964 - it only went to number 75. The public took this baby for granted and so did Motown, who didn't even release a single from this collection. The Supremes performed a Sam Cooke medley on the successful number 11 The Supremes Live at the Copa to heartfelt applause. Songs in album The Supremes - We Remember Sam Cooke 1965. The Supremes - You Send Me. The Supremes - Nothing Can Change This Love. The Supremes - Cupid. The Supremes - Chain Gang. The Supremes - Bring It On Home To Me. The Supremes - Only Sixteen. Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. We Remember Sam Cooke, 1965. Unfortunately, the station stopped broadcasting. Perhaps, this is a temporary station problem. You can leave your e-mail and we will let you know when the broadcast of the station will be online again: Or listen to the other country dec name stations. Listen free to The Supremes We Remember Sam Cooke You Send Me, Nothing Can Change My Love and more. 11 tracks 27:44. Текст песни: She was only sixteen, only sixteen But I loved her so But she was too young to fall in love And I was too young to know. 참조: We Remember Sam Cooke, CD, MOTD-5495. While it goes without saying that The Supremes didn't eclipse any of Sam Cooke's original classics on this LP, it still serves as a credible tribute - depending on your taste that is. Diana Ross' sumptuous vocals complement most of the material here and Florence Ballard gets to step into the spotlight for an excellent version of 'Ain't That Good News'. The passing of Sam Cooke at the end of 1964 prior to this CD's original vinyl album release was a jolt and loss to the music industry. A few months later, the Supremes release a tribute consisting of a compilation of his more popular tunes. Listen to We Remember Sam Cooke right now. Florence shines. The great vocal stylist and songwriter died prematurely in December 1964, prompting the Supremes to go into the studio in the new year to cut a collection of Cookes best-loved songs. They included the immortal You Send Me, Chain Gang and Wonderful World. Amid the usual preponderance of lead vocals by Diana Ross, there was also a chance for Florence Ballard to shine, as she stepped stage centre for the closing Aint That Good News. The album The Supremes At The Copa was recorded there, complete with a Cooke medley, in the summer of 1965. Fine interpretations of his material