10 underrated songs from The Supremes

Music 09/04/2015
Everyone knows The Supremes' biggest hits, the 'You Can't Hurry Love' and 'You Keep Me Hangin' On' caliber material but what about some of the group's lesser-played songs? Here are 10 supreme tunes you need to hear.

1. 'Run, Run, Run' - In 1964 
This single was released as the group's follow-up to 'When the Lovelight Starts Shining Through His Eyes'
 

2. 'Who Could Ever Doubt My Love'
The only way to describe this one is beautifully sad. 
 
3. 'Love is Like an Itching in My Heart'  
This is definitely not a pop record, barely cracking the top 10 in the states and making only No. 7 on the R&B charts. 



4. 'He’s All I Got'
Although you could say this one suffers from being a bit repetitive of the ‘Supremes sound’, what makes it so good is when that chorus hits. 
 

5. 'Going Down For The Third Time'
The pounding Motown beat of this one has been compared to a 'rowdy surfer cruising on a wave'.
 

6. 'Nothing But Heartaches'
This track broke the group’s string of five No.1 records in a row not even cracking the Top 10 on the charts.
 


7. 'Ask Any Girl'
With a shuffling, hip-shaking beat and some of maybe the best harmonies the Supremes ever laid down this track was good enough to do well by itself but has always been overshadowed by 'Baby Love'.
 

8. 'Everything Is Good About You'
This one is true to the stereotypical ‘Supremes sound’.



9. 'There’s No Stopping Us Now'  
 An uplifting number that makes you feel like you can take on the world -- or at least that rush-hour traffic on the drive home.



10.'He’s My Sunny Boy'

This song would be on the final single released by the group to feature Diana Ross. Nov. 3, 1969.