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 Reflections (song) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Group member Florence Ballard was fired from the Supremes shortly before the release of this song in July 1967 and was replaced by Cindy Birdsong, who had been serving as Ballard's stand-in irregularly since that April.
China Beach used "Reflections" as their theme, and included the song on their soundtrack album.
"Reflections" is the name of a 1967 hit song recorded by
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 supremes guitar tab / tablature / note / chord / lyrics , song: reflections crd
supremes guitar tab / tablature / note / chord / lyrics, song: reflections crd
"Reflections" (Holland-Dozier-Holland) Intro: (oscillators panned across soundstage) Verse 1 (first four bars instrumental): electric piano arr.
You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research.
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 Reflections - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Reflections (song), by Diana Ross and The Supremes
Reflections (Care Enough), a song by Mariah Carey
Reflections (documentary), a film tracing the lives of three West Indians who migrated to Britain
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 Articles - Reflections
Reflections (song) is also the name of a hit song recorded by Diana Ross and The Supremes in 1967, and the resulting Reflections (Supremes album) album in 1968.
Reflections (documentary) is the name of a film tracing the lives of three West Indians who migrated to Britain from the Caribbean in search of a better life.
Reflections is also the name of Lubbock Christian University's alumni publication.
www.autopartcenter.net /articles/Reflections   (185 words)

  
 What The World Needs Now Is Love by Jackie DeShannon Songfacts
In 1967, Diana Ross & The Supremes recorded this song and it was originally going to be released as a single for the group (Motown 1125), but it was cancelled and was instead put on their "Reflections" album.
Jackie DeShannon wrote several hit songs, including The Searchers "Needles and Pins" and "When You Walk in the Room." The song "Bette Davis Eyes," which became a huge hit for Kim Carnes, appeared on her 1975 album New Arrangement.
The Beatles had a very similar theme on their 1967 song "All You Need Is Love."
www.songfacts.com /detail.lasso?id=3820   (272 words)

  
 Do the Hustle Song - Guttermouth Mp3 Downloads, Full Music Guttermouth Albums, Streaming Videos
Diana Ross & The Supremes Reflections Mp3 (The Ultimate Collection: Diana Ross & The Supremes), Michael W. Smith Somewhere Somehow Mp3 (Change Your World), Robert Earl Keen Fourth of July Mp3 (Picnic),, free mp3 samples Guttermouth Mp3s
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www.madhurbandhan.com /guttermouth-songs/dothehustlesong.htm   (1444 words)

  
 Diana Ross & Supremes Songs of The Stonewall
Even so this is recorded in 1973, you can hear Supreme "live" versions of classic Stonewall songs such as "My World Is Empty Without You" and "Reflections".
Diana Ross and The Supremes song remixed and released as a single in 2005:
The Supremes shown in concert on stage in Japan on June 3, 1973:
www.stonewallvets.org /songsofStonewall-6.htm   (3253 words)

  
 Yoni's Living Room Top 40
The song was also covered brilliantly (as usual) by the late great Johnnie Taylor on his album Reflections, released in 1977 but presumably recorded a few years earlier.
The Supremes of course made it a hit several years later, in 1969, when they chose it to be their final release with Diana Ross as lead singer, somewhat ironically.
This was one of a few records released by this duo, that comprised of Johnny Bristol and Jackie Beavers, at the early 60's.
www.melingo.com /thesoulnet/jukebox.htm   (3253 words)

  
 That ole' Motown magic (September 14, 2001)
Now an Encino resident, Dozier is currently recording his old hits for a new album, entitled "Reflections." Due in early 2002, it will take the songs that became jukebox and dance classics and re-arrange them as love-struck slow ballads -- the way he originally conceived them.
Seeking a substitute group, Dozier decided to have the "no-hit Supremes" record the song.
Back then, Dozier would typically work at the piano, writing both the music and the lyrics, producing the songs and arranging background vocals for the artists; Brian would co-write melodies and co-produce, along with handling the engineering chores; Eddie would co-write the lyrics.
www.paloaltoonline.com /weekly/morgue/2001/2001_09_14.dozier14.html   (1121 words)

  
 Border Blue Records - Supremes - Reflections - song lyrics
Border Blue Records - Supremes- Reflections - song lyrics
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www.borderblue.com /lyrics/song/010637   (1121 words)

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