The Supremes and the Temptations “are out of seen!” as great motown artists get together!


The Temptations and The Supremes, which included Diana Ross as the lead singer, were two of the most well-known Motown ensembles of the 1960s.

In one of the episodes of The Ed Sullivan Show that aired on November 19, 1967, their combined musical skills produced a very amazing performance.

The two groups’ legendary appearances on The Ed Sullivan Show are restored in HD. As a result, this video clip lately attracted plenty of internet followers and attention.

The two groups can be heard singing “Get Ready, Stop! Baby Love, In The Name of Love, My Boy, & (I Know) I’m Losing You.’

They are greeted on stage by Ed Sullivan, who gives a quick overview of the ensembles.

He claims that The Primes were The Temptations’ predecessors.

As some new members arrived, they changed their identities to The Primettes and eventually changed the name of their organization as well.

The boys’ group changed their name to The Temptations, while the ladies’ group changed to The Supremes.

During The Ed Program, the two groups gave their first Televised performance, singing a medley of each other’s top hits.

Their songs “Get Ready” and “I’m Losing You” are performed by The Supremes, which also includes Diana Ross and her other two members of the team, Mary & Barbara.

David, Eddie, and other members perform the timeless songs “Baby Love” and “Stop! In the Name of Love” originally performed by The Supremes.

The names of the two ensembles are inscribed on the bright pink background of the theater.

The Supremes and The Temptations alternated singing one another’s best hits.

The hit song “In & Out of Love” by Them kicked off the performance.

The Temptations then gave a lively rendition of “Hey Young Lovers,” one of their most upbeat songs, before performing “Don’t Reflect Back.”

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