I Hear A Symphony | A Motown Tribute to the Supremes

“I Hear a Symphony” is a 1965 song recorded by The Supremes for the Motown label. Written and produced by Motown’s main production team, Holland–Dozier–Holland, the song became their sixth number-one pop hit on Billboard Hot 100 pop singles chart in the United States for two weeks from November 14, 1965 through November 27, 1965. On the UK pop chart, the single peaked at number thirty-nine.

The background string arrangement can be attributed to the great arranger Belford Hendricks who also wrote arrangements for hit songs recorded by Mary Wells, Teddy Pendergrass, James Brown, The Four Tops, Jackie Wilson and many other stars. 24K Gold covers this oldies motown tune.

12 thoughts on “I Hear A Symphony | A Motown Tribute to the Supremes

  1. I absolutely love this song. One I loved to sing back in the day. Just thinking about this song takes me back to a fun night as a kid riding around with some soldier friends of my dads in a convertible. I thought I was something else. What a wonderful group of guys they were. They bought me a Hardee’s hamburger. Thank you for that wonderful childhood memory. Love to you my friend. 🎶🎵🎶❤️🤗💝

    1. So happy to share and bring back those warm memories with great cups of coffee, dear friend! Woohoo! Have a superb week!🎈😍💗

  2. Again. Reminds me of those days when I used a brush for a microphone. LOL Those were the days!!!

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