Tuesday, June 29, 2021

Smokey Robinson and The Miracles - Away We a Go-Go (1966)

Smokey Robinson and The Miracles - Away We a Go-Go (1966)

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Smokey Robinson and The Miracles - Away We a Go-Go

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Side one

"Whole Lot of Shakin' in My Heart (Since I Met You)" (Frank Wilson)

"You Don't Have to Say You Love Me" (Pino Donaggio, Simon Napier-Bell, Vicki Wickham, Vito Pallavicini)

"(Come 'Round Here) I'm the One You Need" (Holland-Dozier-Holland)

"Save Me" (Smokey Robinson, Robert Rogers, Warren Moore)

"Oh Be My Love" (Robinson, Moore)

"Can You Love a Poor Boy" (Ivy Jo Hunter, Stevie Wonder)

Side two

"Beauty Is Only Skin Deep" (Norman Whitfield, Edward Holland, Jr.)

"I Just Don't Know What to Do with Myself" (Burt Bacharach, Hal David)

"Baby Baby" (Helen Lewis, Kay Lewis)

"Walk On By" (Burt Bacharach, Hal David)

"Swept for You Baby" (Robinson)

"More, More, More of Your Love" (Robinson)


The Miracles Band Members / Musicians

Smokey Robinson – lead vocals

Ronnie White – background vocals

Bobby Rogers – background vocals

Warren "Pete" Moore – background vocals

Claudette Robinson – background vocals

Marv Tarplin – guitarist

Away We a Go-Go is a 1966 album by Smokey Robinson & The Miracles. The album features the singles "(Come 'Round Here) I'm the One You Need", a Billboard Top 20 Pop hit, written and produced by Holland-Dozier-Holland; and "Whole Lot of Shakin' in My Heart (Since I Met You)", written and produced by Frank Wilson. The album uses a different take of "I'm the One You Need" than what was issued on the single. A third single was planned for release from this album, the tune "More, More, More (of Your Love)", cataloged as Tamla T-54005, but the single was never released. It was later covered by the regional group Bob Brady and The Con Chords. Still another single from this album, the Stevie Wonder/Ivy Jo Hunter composition of "Can You Love A Poor Boy", was released to radio stations as a special Disc Jockey Advanced Single, Tamla T-540, but was never given an official catalog number for general release. It too, inspired cover versions by Gil Bernal and Ronnie Walker.

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