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Smokey Got It This Time!

Forty-four years ago - that's right - Mr. Robinson first recorded several of the tunes on his latest album. Mr. Robinson still retains his tenor/falsetto voice and still demonstrates control although but his voice does have a lower register - and this is a good thing. Having just listened to his 1962 version of "Speak Low" and "I've Got You Under My Skin" I'm happy to say that the 2006 Smokey Robinson is able to capture greater emotion from these recordings, which is something he did not display in 1962. Throughout the 1950s and 1960s, without question, Frank Sinatra and Ella Fitzgerald could and did elevate these so-called "easy listening songs" to legendary status. It good, no, it's great to hear that Smokey Robinson has the necessary sensitivity to convey the story, the message so important for this kind of quality (no rap allowed) music. However, with some songs Mr. Robinson seem to simply go through the motions. So, in this regard, it would have been great if Mr. Robinson re-captured the emotional content and vocal sensitivity from songs he's actually written, like: "Even Tho,'" and "Gone Again," and "Sad Time," from his "Touch The Sky" album. Or, without question, "Daylight and Darkness" from the "Warm Thoughts" album. But don't let the aforementioned observation stop you from buying his latest album. Buy it. Sick back and relax, and listen to the absolute smoothest crooner around! Thanks, Smokey for a job well done!

A Winner

Smokey does it well with these standards. He is in very good voice. Our Love is Here to Stay and I've Got You Under My Skin are particularly good.

Timeless, Timeless and Great. "Way to go Smokey"

This is an awesome collection. I truly appreciate the talents of Smokey Robinson. Through-out all these years he has domestrated that if you take good care of yourself your talents can be "timeless". A few years back the legendary Ron Isley recorded an album with the legendary Burt Bachrach and I was wondering how about a duet with Ron and Smokey coordinated by Burt Bachrach. Now that would be "timeless" and "great". Keep up the great work Smokey. From one of your greatest fans.


Born: February 19, 1940 in Detroit, MI

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Berry Gordy founded Motown Records, but one could argue that Smokey Robinson was the man who first pushed America's most iconic soul music label toward greatness. As the leader of the Miracles, Robinson was one of the very first artists signed to the fledgling label in 1959, and while he racked up many hits for it with the Miracles and as a solo act, Robinson was also an invaluable behind-the-scenes talent who wrote songs, produced records, scouted and groomed talent, and served as a vice president...
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