Tuesday, June 29, 2021

Smokey Robinson and The Miracles - A Pocket Full of Miracles (1970)

Smokey Robinson and The Miracles - A Pocket Full of Miracles (1970)


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Smokey Robinson and The Miracles - A Pocket Full of Miracles

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Side one

"Flower Girl" (Smokey Robinson, Pete Moore, Marv Tarplin)

"Who's Gonna Take the Blame" (Nick Ashford, Valerie Simpson)

"Darling Dear" (Horgay Gordy, Robert Gordy, Allen Story)

"You've Got the Love I Need" (Robinson, Robert Jones)

"Get Ready" (Robinson)

"Bridge Over Troubled Water"* (Paul Simon)


Side two

"Something/Something You Got"* (George Harrison / Chris Kenner)

"Point It Out" (Robinson, Tarplin, Al Cleveland)

"Don't Take It So Hard" (Terry Johnson, Charles Johnson, Willie Schofield)

"Backfire" (Robinson, Cleveland, Johnny Bristol)

"The Reel of Time"* (Janie Bradford, Jack Goga)

"Wishful Thinking" (Marv Johnson)

*(deleted from the Pickwick re-release).




 

Smokey Robinson and The Miracles Band Members / Musicians

Bill "Smokey" Robinson – lead vocals

Claudette Rodgers Robinson – soprano vocals

Robert "Bobby" Rodgers – tenor vocals

Ronald "Ronnie" White – baritone vocals

Warren "Pete" Moore – bass vocals

Marvin "Marv" Tarplin – guitar





A Pocket Full of Miracles (TS306) is a 1970 album by Motown Records R&B group The Miracles, (AKA "Smokey Robinson & The Miracles") issued on its Tamla subsidiary label, one of three albums the group released that year. This album charted at #56 on the Billboard pop albums chart, and reached the top ten of the magazine's R&B albums chart, peaking at #10. It was released on September 30 of that year. Hit singles on the album included "Point It Out" and the topical Ashford & Simpson written-and-produced song "Who's Gonna Take the Blame", a sad, dark song about a girl that is turned out as a prostitute (unusually serious lyric content for The Miracles). Also included is the charting flip side "Darling Dear", B-side of "Point It Out", which reached #100 on the Billboard pop chart, and spawned a cover version by The Jackson Five.

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