1136 A Bit Of Liverpool – The Supremes (1964)

with love

UK cover. 

A Bit Of Liverpool was the third album by The Supremes. It was recorded in 1964 and was produced by Berry Gordy, Hal Davis and Marc Gordon. The album was released on the Motown label in 1964. In the UK it was released on the Tamla Motown label in 1965 and was named With Love (From Us To You). The album was a tribute to British rock acts and included five covers of songs recorded by The Beatles as well as a cover of the Lennon-McCartney song A World Without Love. The album also included covers of songs recorded by Gerry And The Pacemakers, The Animals, and The Dave Clark Five. I Saw Him Standing There was recorded during the album sessions but was never released. The album reached number twenty-one on the Billboard Album chart.

Side 1
1) How Do You Do It
2) World Without Love
3) House Of The Rising Sun
4) A Hard Day’s Night
5) Because
6) You’re Really Got A Hold On Me
Side 2
1) You Can’t Do That
2) Do You Love Me
3) Can’t Buy Me Love
4) I Want To Hold Your Hand
5) Bits And Pieces

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