This album was released in 1969 on Motown Records. On this album the following songs: The Composer, Everyday People, No Matter What Sign You Are, Hey Western Union Man, What Becomes Of The Broken Hearted, I'm Livin' In Shame, Aquarius/Let The Sunshine In, Let The music Play, With A Child's Heart, Discover Me (And You'll Discover Love), Will This Be The Day and I'm So Glad I Got Somebody Like You Around.
It seems as though this album may have been released a bit late, given some of the content in relationship to the great history of Diana Ross & the Supremes. It was released in the spring of 1969 because the Supremes were seeming lost in their past and not able to generate the huge excitement they had been able to put together before. As I am sure you remember so many of their big hits were with Holland/Dozier/Holland and at this point that was history. To me this album still was pretty strong soul/pop sound. Ross was clearly the focus throughout.
During this period of time the group was easily described as chaotic and given that it was very hard to really identify who was singing when. Mary Wilson, Cindy Birdsong and the Andantes were all present at times. One track stands out and that is "Let The Music Play", which takes you back to 1967 and founding member Florence Ballard.
In my opinion this is a great album to listen to after all of these years.
The album is in very good condition the cover shows some slight shelf wear.