Motown CD's and Albums featuring
Scherrie Payne and/or Lynda Laurence


Floy Joy (1972)
Supremes Live In Japan  (1972)
Produced And Arranged By Jimmy Webb (1972)
The Motown Sound Vol. 2 (1973)
Greatest Hits (1974)
The Supremes" He's My Man" (1975)
High Energy (1976)
Mary, Scherrie, and Susaye (1976)
Motown Disco Tech #3 (1976)
20 Super Hits (1977)
The Supremes At Their Best (1978)
Diana Ross and The Supremes Superstar Series Vol. 1 (1980)
Diana Ross and The Supremes Anthology (1986)
70s Greatest Hits And Rare Classics (1991)
The Supremes Motown Legends Stoned Love (1995)
Motown Funkology Vol. 3 Dance Divas  (1996)
The Supremes Box Set  (2000)
The Supremes 70s Anthology (2003)
The Supremes Gold (2005)
This Is The Story: The 70s Albums Vol. 1 - 1970-1973 (2006)
Let Yourself Go: The 70s Albums Vol. 2 - 1974-1977 (2011)

       

             

       

 

 

The Supremes Let Your Self Go: The 70s Albums Vol. 2 - 1974-1977" The Final Sessions  (released May 2010) featuring  the talents of Scherrie Payne, Mary Wilson, Cindy Birdsong and Susaye Greene.  This collection binges back into print the long unavailable original three albums recorded by the 1974-19773 Supremes: "The Supremes 1975," "High Energy," and "Mary, Scherrie & Susaye," plus many unreleased recordings.
 

 

 


"The Supremes This Is The Story: The 70s Albums Vol. 1 - 1970-1973" (released December 2006) featuring  the talents of Jean Terrell, Mary Wilson, Cindy Birdsong and Lynda Laurence.  This collection binges back into print the long unavailable original five albums recorded by the 1970-1973 Supremes: "Right On," "New Ways, But Love Stays," "Touch," "Floy Joy," and "Produced And Arranged By Jimmy Webb," plus many unreleased recordings.

 


The 70s Supremes Anthology released by Motown Records on October 29th 2002.  This album features Lynda Laurence and Scherrie Payne with Mary Wilson, Cindy Birdsong, Jean Terrell and Susaye Greene.  This album clearly documents all of the ladies who performed and recorded as  members of The Supremes in the 1970s.

 

 


"The Supremes" limited edition box set  Released by Motown Records in the Summer of 2000. Featuring all eight Ladies of The Supremes, and spans the Supremes' career through 1977.