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The 35th Anniversary Collection (Box Set)

Smokey Robinson & The Miracles

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Album Review

This four-CD boxed set covers every essential track that Smokey Robinson and the Miracles ever recorded, and then some — at least a dozen never previously anthologized tracks are included here, among them the original single versions of "Way Over There" (unavailable elsewhere) and "Shop Around" (which had already been released locally in Detriot when Berry Gordy decided one night to get a session together, punch up the rhythm, and lay down a new version, which became the hit). Even better is the remastering, which runs circles around any previous edition of the Miracles' work, and the annotation — including an essay by Claudette Robinson — that gives credit to all of the participants, including the backup musicians who were seldom if ever mentioned during Motown's heyday. The Smokey Robinson & the Miracles Anthology is a fine collection, but this set is the definitive history, and irreplaceable for anyone who genuinely loves the group.

Customer Reviews

My Uncle Mike...

my uncle mike worked on one of the album's and the one song that my uncle wrote and sang back up in was "Being With You". I LOVE the song! not just because my uncle worked on it. it soft and just a great song! just love it hope u do to. his name is mike piccirillo!

Words of the God's for nourishment.

Listening to the lyrics of "what love (God) has joined together" "it would be easier to separate wet from water ..." man....where their's smoke there's fire ,you share a light that will illuminate my path. Thank you.

Smokey Robinson and the Miracles

This album brought back fond memories especially "I Don't Blame You at All" and "Baby, Baby Don't Cry" I rate this album a five star because it has all the songs that made them great in their era! way to go motown for producing such a wonderful album and good wholesome music for many years to come.Smokey your an icon!


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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