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Unreleased clips from The Supremes on Ed Sullivan…

When cultural and musical achievements are at stake, the Supremes are stiff competition. Because of Black History Month, or Black History Month in the United States, female singers have received many accolades. The highlights were this year’s Grammys Lifetime Achievement Award winning spinoff for The Ed Sullivan Show – taped in 1966 – a rehash of one of his most popular shows.

triple disco star Diana Ross, Mary Wilson that it Florence Ballard He appears on the television show recognized as one of the most influential shows of its time, and has had a transformative role in entertainment programming across the United States. This was the third performance, out of four, by singers on the programme.

From June 1948 until 1971, Ed Sullivan was known for churning out innovative artists with huge, high-quality performances. Personalities like The Jackson 5 (Michael Jackson’s group with his brothers), Dionne Warwick, The Carpenters, Tony Bennett and Paul Anka were just some of the big names who walked onto the stage.

The singers’ video begins with a performance of “I hear a symphonyby the lyricist Holland-Dozier-Hollandwhich became the group’s sixth song to reach number one on the Billboard Hot 100. By the time they performed, they had just released the hit song “You can’t speed loveand were about to release “You Keep Me Hangin’ On”, which also followed the high standard of their production.

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