The Supremes: 12 Number One Hits in the Most Creative Decade in US Music History

The Supremes never lacked for competition. Consider 1966. There were a lot of songs released that year that we still hear every day on the radio. Indeed, it’s a hall of fame type thing: Simon and Garfunkel (“Sounds of Silence”), The Beatles (“We Can Work It Out” and “Paperback Writer”), The Rolling Stones (“Paint It Black”), Percy Sledge (“When a Man Loves …

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