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Come See About Me "is a song by The Supremes as well as Jr. Walker & The All Stars. The original is of the former group. Both were part of the Motownfamilie. There are also covers of Freda PayneThe Afghan Wigs and Choker Campbell's Big Band. The song was written by HDH. The song is about the Narrator that her beloved terugwil.

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[hide]*1 The Supremes

The Supremes[Edit]Edit

Come See About Me
Single from:

The Supremes

From the album:

Where Did Our Love Go

B-side (s) Long Gone Lover
Released [1]

27 October1964

Type of carrier LP (7 ")
Recording 13 July1964 in Hitsville USA(studio A)
Genre Soul
Duration 2: 41
Tag Motown
Writer (s) Holland-Dozier-Holland
Producer (s) Brian Holland & Lamont Dozier
Position (s) in the charts
  1. 1 (United States)
  2. 17 (Netherlands)
  3. 18 (Canada)
  4. 20 (Flanders)
  5. 27 (United Kingdom)
The Supremes
Baby Love

(1964)

Come See About Me

(1964)

Stop! In the Name of Love

(1965)

Portal  [2]   Music

The version of The Supremes was the most successful. It tightened, as the third single by the group, the number-one position. The song was in theUnited States two weeks at that position. The first time starting from 13 december to 18 december 1964 and the second time from 10 January to 16 January 1965. In the United Kingdom earned Come See About Me the 27th position. With this number The Supremes made their debut at The Ed Sullivan Show. Would many performances at the famous show follow.

Occupation[Edit]Edit

Chart Positions[Edit]Edit

Title
Chart Date of

entry

Week: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Latest

listing

Dutch Top 40 09-01-1965 Position: 31 17 23 24 31 36 37 13-02-1965

Come See About Me
Single from:

Jr. Walker & The All Stars

From the album:

Home Cookin'

B-side (s) Sweet Soul
Released [3]

November1967

Type of carrier LP (7 ")
Recording 1967 in Hitsville USA (studio A)
Genre Soul
Duration 3: 01 am
Tag Soul Records
Writer (s) Holland-Dozier-Holland
Producer (s) Johnny Bristol
Position (s) in the charts
  1. 8 (R & B)
  2. 24 (United States)
Jr. Walker & The All Stars
Shoot Your Shot

(1965)

Come See About Me

(1967)

Hip City, PT. 1 & 2

(1965)

Portal  [4]   Music

Jr. Walker & The All Stars[Edit]Edit

In 1967 brought Jr. Walker & The All Stars their version of Come See About Me out. Although it was less successful than the original version, called the top 25 in the US and even the top 10 on the R & B list in the United States. In this version of the song come a number of saxophone solo's for which are played by Jr. Walker. Also the original rule "Come see about me" some time replaced by "Come see about Jr.".

Occupation[Edit]Edit

  • Vocals: Jr. Walker
  • Instrumentation: Jr. Walker & The All Stars and The Funk Brothers
  • Production: Johnny Bristol

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