As long as we’re on the subject of psychedelic soul, let’s take a look at some of the other songs of that genre. "Reflections" was the first song to be credited to "Diana Ross & The Supremes" and one of the last to be credited to the songwriting team of Lamont Dozier and Brian and Eddie Holland (Holland-Dozier-Holland). It’s often credited as being one of the first pop songs to use a Moog synthesizer, but the sound effects were actually generated by a test oscillator and additional sound effects were added in the studio. It was released in July 1967, putting it slightly before Sly & The Family Stone. It reached #2 on the Hot 100, kept out of the top spot by Bobbie Gentry’s "Ode To Billy Joe," which Diana Ross recorded as a solo for the Reflections album. The song also reached #5 in the UK and #4 on the R&B chart.