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Published on Jul 9, 2012

The Supremes in 1970 performing their latest hit, Everybody's Got the Right to Love on the Glen Campbell show. while not their biggest hit, the live version does have a spark. and Mary and Cindy get some solo lines in here too. They then do Something and a medley of tunes with Glen.

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thesingngchubbs97 oapqueen88
I've always said this line up has always been my favorite seventies Supremes line up. Jean voice is pure golden silk.
I agree with you 100%. Jean was nothing short of amazing. After she left, all of the ladies became too aggressive with the songs. The nuance was gone. I know music had changed, but the Supreme Majesty just disappeared, and then they seemed to be trying too hard. I still love them, but...
Wayne Brasler
Facts. Diana was committed to staying with the Supremes as long as it took to leave them with a number one hit.  It was she who agreed to give the Supremes what was to have been her first solo single "Someday We'll Be Together."  She retained her interest in the group through to Mary's departure and that included meeting Jean Terrell and Scherrie Payne as they were being considered.  She did nothing at any time to impair the Supremes' progress or career.  As for Motown's support of the Supremes after Diana's departure, Berry Gordy felt the group would continue right on with hit singles and albums and top-of-the-line engagements and television appearances, which is exactly what took place, but that getting Diana a successful solo career was in the beginning going to need powerful support, which is exactly what happened.  At the time the Supremes reigned, few recording artists could sustain a string of hits past five years.  When Diana left, the Supremes were at the six year mark already.  Gordy knew it was time to concentrate on younger acts such as the Jackson Five while making sure veteran groups such as the Supremes had what they need to continue successfully.  None of the soap opera scenarios ever existed.  Mary moved into the position of being responsible for the Supremes and overseeing all the myriad details that show business requires.  She was smart, she could keep a lot of balls in the air at one time, she was professional and she knew how to achieve a great show and how to treat the fans.  I saw this all with my own eyes in places ranging from Chicago to San Francisco.
B Hood B Good
Wayne,I agree with you 100%. That Jealous Diana Ross hater TWTR4EVER say's the same thing over and over again.I really believes he's retarded!
+Wayne Brasler ARE YOU KIDDING? Diane Ross since 1966/67 when together with her lover & benefactor Motown CEO, Berry Gordy orchestrated the "shakedown" within THE SUPREMES that got Florence Ballard ousted & replaced in order to create The Diane Ross Show/Diane Ross & The Supremes never thought of the group but as a stepping stone to benefit her 1969 "solo career"! She knew perfectly well that if THE FANS back then figured out what they were concocting it would have been the END OF HER CAREER! She took care of that very well in 2000 with the ill fated "Return To Love Tour"/ "The Supremes Reunion Tour" that was aimed together with the VH1 "Divas Special" for her "comeback", comeback she sabotaged herself! Lol....."It couldn't happened to a nicer gal"
When these ladies performed this song live, Gil Askey rearranged to have a jazz take. He sped it up and Jean pulled out all the stops sounding soulful and powerful. Mary and Cindy had their lines with Cindy especially tearing up hers. It was lightyears away from the recorded version and amazing! 
Tavon Fenwick
I like the live version, I like the way the open it...
Wayne Brasler
This actually was the original arrangement for the song, which was edited down before release, eliminating the Cindy and Mary leads. Regarding the Stevie Wonder, that was not "Promises Kept" but an album to follow the Jimmy Webb album and almost all of it ended up as Syreeta's second album! Everything at Motown was so darned complicated! Jean was as much of a workhorse as Diana but in return didn't get from Motown what Diana got, respect and commitment. Sad.
Thank You! 
Mason Martinez
You want me to make you laugh? Ok, here comes: MARY WILSON. You bitter, little man.
LOL....Mr.PistolMason... The "silly little man" coming from a buffoon is quite amusing, make me laugh some more with your aloofness!
Mason Martinez
You silly little man . . . my bad day has NOTHING to do with this line up, the old lineup, or ANY lineup . . . 
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