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The Supremes.

The Supremes

Mark Ribowsky

Da Capo

c/o Perseus Book Group

11 Cambridge Center, Cambridge, MA 02142

9780306815867, $26.00 www.dacapopress.com

THE SUPREMES: A SAGA OF MOTOWN DREAMS, SUCCESS, AND BETRAYAL offers a powerful biography of the most successful female singing group of all time. From the initial relationship of group members to their rise on the charts and their dance routines, THE SUPREMES tells how they fostered the growth of the soul genre and helped bridge gaps between black and white audiences alike. Any general lending library will find this a popular lend.

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