The Return of the Marvelettes

by: The Marvelettes

Initially, their last studio album for the Tamla label was planned as a solo outing for lead singer Wanda Young, but Berry Gordy chose instead to market it as a Marvelettes album. Although there are a pair of great ballads in "Take Me Where You Go" and "After All," the album comes off as emotionally monotone, and not even Smokey Robinson's studio expertise can save Young from banality. ~ John Lowe

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