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Floy Joy - The Supremes - Supreme Moments (CD)


  • Moogunos
    Floy Joy is the twenty-fifth studio album released by The Supremes on the Motown label. This was the only Supremes album solely produced and arranged by Smokey Robinson and included the U.S. top 20 hit, "Floy Joy" and the U.S. top 40 hit, "Automatically Sunshine", both of which were top 10 hits in the album sold around , copies in the Pop, soul.
  • Moogugore
    Feb 15,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about The Supremes - Floy Joy at Discogs. Complete your The Supremes collection/5(69).
  • Akinobei
    "Floy Joy" is a song written by Smokey Robinson and released as a single in December by popular Motown female singing group The Supremes. The song, built on a retro sixties vibe reminiscent of past Supremes songs, was recorded by the group's former mentor Robinson, marking his first production of a Supremes song since 's "The Composer".Genre: Pop, disco.
  • Zolonos
    Das CD-Album "Floy Joy" von Supremes () - Alle Infos, Songs und mehr.
  • Faum
    Floy Joy by The Supremes song meaning, lyric interpretation, video and chart position He wrote or co-wrote all of the songs on the Floy Joy album and also produced it. The song is about a guy known to the ladies as "Floy Joy" because he brings them so much pleasure. a catfight and some very memorable performances make our list of the.
  • Kalar
    The Supremes had never sounded better. Smokey's way with lyrics gave the Supremes the perfect vehicle on which to shine. The album's first single, a duet between Mary and Jean, "Floy Joy" hit #14 on the Pop charts. Other winners on the album include Mary's /5(3).
  • Menos
    Jul 28,  · The sessions for Floy Joy came at a time of change for both Robinson and The Supremes. Smokey was just ending his run as frontman of The Miracles; the July release Flying High Together would be his last studio album with the group, his final performances with The Miracles coming the same month. Meanwhile, Cindy Birdsong was pregnant and decided to leave the group of .
  • Yoktilar
    Aug 05,  · Laurence had appeared on the cover of the Floy Joy album in early , but hadn’t performed on it; her recorded work here would be her first as a Supreme. Laurence’s reviews were strong upon joining the group; a July 29, notice in Billboard raved, “The current Supremes (Lynda Lawrence, Jean Terrell and Mary Wilson) are a more open.
  • Mur
    "Floy Joy" has always been one of my favorite Supremes singles (if any Supremes single could be described as "sassy", this is it!), and on the LP you get the FULL LENGTH version (including the neat little riff at the end) as opposed to the single which fades out a full 18 seconds earlier (I never understood that particular edit, when the full /5(5).

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