Susaye Greene appeared on the Supremes' last two albums, the dancefloor-speckled High Energy and Mary, Scherrie and Susaye, the latter of which spun off the anthemic top 30 hit, "I'm Gonna Let My Hear

Susaye Greene appeared on the Supremes' last two albums, the dancefloor-speckled High Energy and Mary, Scherrie and Susaye, the latter of which spun off the anthemic top 30 hit, "I'm Gonna Let My Heart Do the Walking." After the group disbanded, Greene and member Scherrie Payne wrote, arranged, and produced the Motown album Partners. Greene (who penned Deniece Williams' R&B hit "Free") draws on those talents for her first self-released solo album. Fans looking for the Supremes' signature R&B/pop will instead find an intriguing mix, ranging from R&B/soul ("Queen of Fates," arguably the set's best track) and Broadway ("Bali H'ai" from South Pacific) to alternative ("Ha Ha Hey [Laugh Til You Cry]") and dance/ club ("Bewitched [By Your Love]"). Admirable in theory, the wide musical terrain covered here by Greene ultimately makes for an uneven ride. Still, fans will rejoice: the last Supreme is back in action. For info, log on to SupremeXtreme.com—GM