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Published on Nov 16, 2008
The original and most popular line-up of Motown group The Supremes sing a hit song by The Toys.
The Supremes' cover of "A Lover's Concerto" is featured on the trio's "I Hear A Symphony" album released in 1966 that was titled after the group's 6th #1 hit.
The Toys' original version was first released in 1965 and rose to #2 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart as well as getting to #5 on the UK Singles Chart. The song was also featured on their debut album "The Toys Sing "A Lover's Concerto" and "Attack!"" released in 1966.
Here is the chart information for the "I Hear A Symphony" album and its singles: "I Hear A Symphony" US Billboard Top 200 Albums Chart: #8 US Billboard R&B Albums Chart: #1
"I Hear a Symphony" b/w "Who Could Ever Doubt My Love" (b-side taken from "More Hits by the Supremes") (Motown 1083, October 6, 1965) US Billboard Hot 100 Singles Chart: #1 US Billboard R&B Singles Chart: #2 UK Singles Chart: #39
"My World is Empty Without You" b/w "Everything is Good About You" (Motown 1079, December 29, 1965) US Billboard Hot 100 Singles Chart: #5 US Billboard R&B Singles Chart: #10
Vocals: The Supremes - Lead Diana Ross - Backing Florence Ballard (soprano) & Mary Wilson (mezzo-soprano) Producer(s): Brian Holland & Lamont Dozier (of Holland-Dozier-Holland or HDH) Instrumentation: The Funk Brothers and assorted musicians