The Miracles – The Fabulous Miracles (Mono)
The Miracles – The Fabulous Miracles (Mono)
The Miracles – The Fabulous Miracles (Mono)
The Miracles – The Fabulous Miracles (Mono)
The Miracles – The Fabulous Miracles (Mono)
The Miracles – The Fabulous Miracles (Mono)
The Miracles – The Fabulous Miracles (Mono)
The Miracles – The Fabulous Miracles (Mono)

The Miracles – The Fabulous Miracles (Mono)

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Smokey Robinson - lead vocals

Ronnie White - background vocals

Bobby Rogers - background vocals, co-lead (A1)

Warren "Pete" Moore - background vocals

Claudette Robinson - background vocals

Marv Tarplin - guitarist

The Funk Brothers – instrumentation

Written by William Robinson (all tracks), Janie Bradford (A4), Stanley Ossman (A4), Robert Rogers (A4), Ronald White (B2-4)

 

1 LP,  standard sleeve

Limited edition

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : Black

Speed : 33 RPM

Size : 12'’

Mono

Studio

Record Press : Record Technology Incorporated (RTI)

Label : Motown

Original label : Motown

Recorded at Hitsville USA, Detroit

Produced by Smokey Robinson and Berry Gordy, Jr.

Remastered by Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio

Originally released in February 1963

Reissued in December 2019

 

Tracks:

Side A:

  1. You've Really Got A Hold On Me
  2. I've Been Good To You
  3. Such Is Love, Such Is Life
  4. I Can Take A Hint
  5. Won't You Take Me Back

Side B:

  1. A Love She Can Count On
  2. Whatever Makes You Happy
  3. Heartbreak Road
  4. Happy Landing
  5. Your Love

                 

                Reviews:

                “"You Really Got a Hold on Me," one of the Miracles' most popular songs, is the cornerstone of this popular set. Smokey brings his feather-light tenor down a couple of octaves on these sessions, ending his Nolan Strong imitation. Strong, of the Diablos, influenced the young William Robinson; Smokey's first recording was a Nolan Strong remake, "Adios Senorita." Some of Robinson's most brilliant songs -- "Such Is Love, Such Is Like," "Happy Landing," "A Love That She Can Count On," and the bouncy "I Can Take A Hint" -- provide some serious grooves. Original member Warren Moore is not pictured or featured because of a prior commitment with Uncle Sam.” AllMusic Review by Andrew Hamilton


                Ratings:

                AllMusic : 3 / 5 ; Discogs : 4.5 / 5

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