Smokey Robinson & The Miracles - Going To A Go-Go / My Girl Has Gone album download
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|A||Going To A Go-Go
Producer – Warren Moore, William Robinson*Written-By – M. Tarplin*, R. Rogers*, S. Robinson*, W. Moore*
|B||My Girl Has Gone
Producer – "Smokey"*Written-By – M. Tarplin*, R. White*, S. Robinson*, W. Moore*
Notes© 1965 Jobete Music Co., Inc.
Motown Yesteryear Series.
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It includes four of the Miracles' Top 20 hits: "Ooo Baby Baby", "The Tracks of My Tears", "Going to a Go-Go", and "My Girl Has Gone". It was produced by Miracles lead singer Smokey Robinson, along with Frank Wilson and William "Mickey" Stevenson.
Smokey Robinson & the Miracles. Though its title track ignited a nationwide fad for go-go music, Smokey Robinson & the Miracles' Going to a Go-Go LP certainly wasn't just a cash-in effort. and the mid-tempo orchestral epic ("My Girl Has Gone"). Choosey Beggar" is one of the sweetest of all Robinson's lead vocals, with stunning background work by the rest of the Miracles. Even the album tracks shine, with "All That's Good" and "Let Me Have Some" working as excellent additions to the program.
Written-By – Ronald White. Going To A Go-Go (LP, Album, Mono).
Going to a Go-Go, complete with Smokey Robinson being pushed on a skateboard by his group on the cover, is his best early work. Writing or co-writing 11 of the album’s 12 compositions, Robinson was spurred on by the phenomenal hit rate of Motown, his in-house competition from the nd writing team and encouraged by compliments paid to him by Bob Dylan and The Beatles. For a group widely seen as a singles-only or compilation act, Going to a Go-Go is Smokey Robinson & The Miracles’ most consistent album. Although it’s a record where you are only a heartbeat away from heartbreak, it succeeds in being one of the Motown’s most uplifting Motown releases. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Licence. 5 In Case You Need Love.
The Tracks Of My Tears Going To A Go-Go Ooo Baby Baby My Girl Has Gone Choosey Beggar From Head To Toe A Fork In The Road. album: "Away We A Go-Go" (1966). Whole Lot Of Shakin' In My Heart (Since I Met You) (Come 'Round Here) I'm The One You Need Oh Be My Love Walk On By. album: "Make It Happen" (1967). The Soulful Shack The Love I Saw In You Was Just A Mirage My Love For You I'm On The Outside (Looking In) Don't Think It's Me My Love Is Your Love (Forever) More Love After You Put Back The Pieces (I'll Still Have A Broken Heart) It's. album: "Time Out For Smokey Robinson & The Miracles" (1969). Doggone Right Baby, Baby Don't Cry My Girl Here I Go Again Joined Together" (1969). And I Love Her. album: "A Pocket Full Of Miracles" (1970).
The Tracks of My Tears. In Case You Need Love. Since You Won My Heart. From Head to Toe. All That's Good. My Baby Changes Like the Weather. No one has said anything yet. In Library (1). Contributions By. JediMark.
Most mid-'60s pop and R&B albums are like Hamburger Helper: a little meat and a lot of filler. 1. The Tracks Of My Tears. 5.
Album by Smokey Robinson & The Miracles.