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Smokey Robinson - The Solo Albums: Volume 2: A Quiet Storm / Smokey's Family Robinson album

Smokey Robinson - The Solo Albums: Volume 2: A Quiet Storm / Smokey's Family Robinson album
Performer: Smokey Robinson
Title: The Solo Albums: Volume 2: A Quiet Storm / Smokey's Family Robinson
Genre: Funk / Soul
Style:Soul
Released: 2010
MP3 album szie: 1279 mb
FLAC album size: 1354 mb

Smokey's Family Robinson. An Old-Fashioned Man (Non LP Single). Producer – Smokey Robinson. Reissue Producer – Harry Weinger. P)(C) 2010 Motown Records, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc. 1755 Broadway, New York, NY 10019 - . Distributed by Universal Music Distribution.

Smokey's Family Robinson on the other hand is a virtual masterpiece. In the liner notes, Smokey apparently felt this album was recorded poorly (it was the first in his new home studio), and I simply could not disagree more. Tracks 8 to 14 are his 4th solo album "Smokey's Family Robinson", released February 1976 in the USA on Tamla T6-341S1 and April 1976 in the UK on Tamla Motown STML 12021. Track 15 is a 7" single-only release - "An Old-Fashioned Man" was released October 1976 in the USA on Tamla T-54276F and was taken from the MGM movie "Norman, Is That You?"

Smokey is the debut studio album by American soul singer, songwriter, and producer Smokey Robinson. It was released on June 19, 1973, by Tamla Records and was Robinson's first solo record after his departure from The Miracles. The album featured the single "Sweet Harmony", which was his tribute to his former singing partners in the Miracles: Bobby Rogers, Pete Moore and Ronnie White. Smokey was arranged by Dave Blumberg, Gene Page and Willie Hutch

A Quiet Storm was Smokey’s third solo album, released on 26 March 1975, and by far and away his best to that point. The first two were not without their moments, but it seemed as if Smokey was reaching for a style that only really coalesced here. The mature singer-songwriter chiefly concerned with relationship issues was a successful musical trope of the first half of the 70s, and while Motown had tried to nurture such a figure before, particularly in the two Valerie Simpson albums they released, Smokey Robinson was the artist equipped for the role. Smokey Robinson could have been accused of over-optimism when he wrote ʻHappy (Love Theme From Lady Sings The Blues)’, basing it on Michel Legrand’s theme from the movie – but not until after the movie had been completed, reputedly to Berry Gordy’s chagrin as he was highly impressed with the song.

The Solo Albums 2. Лицензиар. UMG (от лица компании "Hip-O Select"); EMI Music Publishing, Global Music Rights LLC" и другие авторские общества (1).

Features Song Lyrics for Smokey Robinson's The Solo Albums, Vol. 2 album. All Music News . Popular Smokey Robinson Lyrics.

Arriving between Smokey’s glorious late-period singles with the Miracles and 1975’s trend-setting Quiet Storm, these two LPs tend to get overlooked in the grand scheme of things - particularly because they didn’t burn up the charts, producing no big hit singles - but this disc proves they’re compelling transitional albums, records where Robinson finds his solo voice while coming. Pure Smokey consolidates Smokey Robinson’s progressions on Smokey, retaining the adventurous maturity of subject matter - in particular, Robinson remains fixated on family, paying tribute to the sister who raised him on It’s Her Turn to Live, noting the passing generations on She’s Only a Baby Herself, and expressing The Love Between Me and My Kids - but moving firmly into the.

Artist: Smokey Robinson Genre: Soul Release Date: 06/14/2011 Label: Hip-o Select Catalog Number: B0015492-02 Recording: Live Length: 01:19:43 Format: C. The Solo Albums Volume 2: A Quiet Storm, Smokey's Family Robinson (CD) Smokey Robinson. The Solo Albums: Volume 1: Smokey, Pure Smokey (CD) Smokey Robinson. Icon (CD) Smokey Robinson. Now And Then (CD) Smokey Robinson.

Tracklist

Quiet Storm
1 Quiet Storm
2 The Agony And The Ecstasy
3 Baby That's Backatcha
4 Wedding Song
5 Happy
6 Love Letters
7 Coincidentally
Smokey's Family Robinson
8 When You Came
9 Get Out Of Town
10 Do Like I Do
11 Open
12 So In Love
13 Like Nobody Can
14 Castles Made Of Sand
Bonus Track
15 An Old-Fashioned Man (Non LP Single)

Credits

  • Producer – Smokey Robinson
  • Reissue Producer [Reissue/compilation Supervised By] – Harry Weinger

Notes

(P)(C) 2010 Motown Records, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc. 1755 Broadway, New York, NY 10019 - U.S.A.
Distributed by Universal Music Distribution.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6 02527 45070 4