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Supreme Girl Power!

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New series 1/3. Angie Stone celebrates the Supremes, the RT CHOICE Motown hits machine that emerged from the girl-group era to dominate the American pop charts like no other native act during the 1960s. Nurtured and packaged for white and black audiences by Motown king Berry Gordy , and fronted by Diana Ross until a personnel shift in 1969, the sequined, quintessentially camp trio enjoyed a run of hit singles unique in their polished perfection, including Baby Love, Stop! In the Name of Love, You Can't Hurry Love, Reflections and Love Child.
This first part recalls the early, pre-fame days, with input from Supreme Mary Wilson , plus archive interviews with Diana Ross and former Supreme
Florence Ballard , who died in 1976. Producer Sue Clark

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Unknown: Angie Stone
Unknown: Berry Gordy
Unknown: Diana Ross
Unknown: Mary Wilson
Unknown: Diana Ross
Unknown: Florence Ballard
Producer: Sue Clark

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Supreme Girl Power!

BBC Radio 2, 18 March 2005 19.00






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