|A||Don't Play Another Love Song||3:59|
|B||Don't Play Another Love Song||3:59|
|1700TF||Smokey Robinson||Don't Play Another Love Song / Wouldn't You Like To Know (7", Single)||Tamla||1700TF||US||1983|
|1700TF||Smokey Robinson||Don't Play Another Love Song (7", Single)||Tamla||1700TF||US||1983|
A. Don't Play Another Love Song. Executive-Producer – Berry GordyWritten-By – D. DeLuca, G. Thomas. B. Wouldn't You Like To Know. Written-By – W. Robinson, Jr. 4:04. Produced for George Tobin Productions, Inc. A Side in "Blame It On Love & All The Great Hits" 6064TL A product of Motown Record Corp. 1983 Motown Record Corporation. Matrix, Runout (A Side): 66931.
More Love" is a 1967 hit single recorded by the American soul group The Miracles for Motown Records' Tamla label. The single, included on the group's 1967 album Make It Happen, later reissued in 1970 as The Tears of a Clown. Kim Carnes' husky 1980 cover of the song hit the Top 10 of Billboard's Adult Contemporary and Hot 100 charts. This song's origins are born from real-life heartbreak and personal tragedy.
William "Smokey" Robinson, Jr. (born February 19, 1940) is an American R&B singer-songwriter, record producer, and former record executive. Style:MLA Chicago APA. "Smokey Robinson and the Miracles: The Extended Play Collection, Vol. 99 Album.
Smokey Robinson & The Miracles Duração : 03:00. Autor: Henry Cosby, Stevie Wonder, William Robinson, Jr. Compositor: Henry Cosby, Stevie Wonder, William Robinson, Jr. Letras. lonely room I cry The tears of a clown When there's no one around, oh yeah, baby Now if there's a smile on my face Don't let my glad expression Give you the wrong impression Don't let this smile I wear Make you think that I don't care 'Cause really I'm sad. WILLIAM JR.
Smokey Robinson and the Miracles, ‘Shop Around’. Robinson thought Barrett Strong should record "Shop Around," but Gordy persuaded Smokey that he was the right man for the song. After it came out, Gordy heard it on the radio and found it way too slow. The Running on Empty album was Browne's grand experiment: a set of all-new songs recorded onstage, in hotel rooms and on the tour bus.
The First Song Smokey Robinson Ever Wrote Ian Sam. Smokey Robinson. You Really Got A Hold On Me ~ Smokey Robinson & The Miracles PLAY ww. outube. com/watch?v AdDnqSFYXFs. Just 4 u. Only real r&b soul music lovers need to PI. .