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Wanna Know My Mind - Smokey Robinson - Smokey (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Smokey on Discogs. Label: Tamla Motown - STMS • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue • Country: UK • Genre: Funk / /5(2).
  2. "Smokey" is the iconic legendary singer/songwriter at his best in a unique "Quiet Storm" classic seemingly that slipped through the cracks going unnoticed except by hard-core fans, finally released to Compact Disc many will be thankful who wore out old vinyl copies, truly the music industry once again should be ashamed letting this one get away without deserved acclaim!/5(10).
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  5. Smokey Robinson's songs: Listen to songs by Smokey Robinson on Myspace, Don't Know Why (Album) Smokey Robinson. Time Flies When You're Having Fun. 22, One Heartbeat Wanna Know My Mind. Smokey Robinson. Smokey. A .
  6. Smokey Robinson lyrics - song lyrics sorted by album, including "Cruisin'", "I Second That Emotion", "Really Gonna Miss You".
  7. Digitally remastered edition in gatefold mini LP jacket including inner sleeve with complete information. This quintessential Elemental Music reissue presents the first solo album by Motown legend Smokey Robinson after his departure from The Miracles: Smokey. Wanna Know My Mind. Wanna Know My Mind. Listen Now $ 8. The Family Song/5(17).
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  9. Smokey is a tentative step forward, carrying clear remnants of Smokey Robinson's latter-day music with the Miracles, which shouldn’t come as a great surprise considering that it’s anchored by “Sweet Harmony,” a tune he wrote about and for the Miracles but was persuaded by Motown A&R’s Suzanne de Passe to keep for himself. From there, Robinson built a full LP, using Willie Hutch as.

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