Miracles, The - Greatest Hits From The Beginning album
Greatest Hits from the Beginning is a compilation double LP by The Miracles released in 1965. This was the first double album ever released by the Motown Record Corporation (Tamla TS2-254). It covers most of the group's hits from their pre-1965 albums, such as "Shop Around", "Who's Lovin’ You", "You've Really Got A Hold On Me" and "Mickey's Monkey", as well as the non-album singles from 1964: "I Like It Like That" and "That's What Love Is Made Of" (with its B-side ballad "Would I Love You").
Greatest hits album by The Miracles. Throughout their careers, the Miracles were enshrined with honors for their songwriting by both BMI and ASCAP, in 2008, Billboard listed them at on their 100 most successful Billboard artists ever list. After much controversy, the Miracles were inducted to the Rock, the group that became the Miracles was formed in 1955 by five teenage friends from Detroit, under the name the Five Chimes. Three of the members, Smokey Robinson, Pete Moore. The group, influenced by such as Billy Ward and His Dominoes and Nolan Strong & the Diablos, featured Clarence Dawson.
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Greatest Hits, Vol. 2 is the second greatest hits album for The Miracles (. Smokey Robinson & the Miracles), released in 1968 on Motown Records' Tamla label. It contained the most popular singles from the successful Going to a Go-Go, Away We A Go-Go and Make It Happen albums of the 1965–1967 period. It also featured the 1964 non-album single "Come On Do The Jerk", and two B-sides, "Choosey Beggar" and "Save Me". The hit single "I Second That Emotion" was new to album
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The Miracles Greatest Hits - The Miracles. Robinson wrote songs for labelmates including The Temptations ("My Girl"), and of course, he kept quite a few hits for his group, beginning with 1960's "Shop Around," which became Motown's first No. 1 R&B hit. The Miracles consisted of Robinson, Bobby Rogers, Marv Tarplin, Ronald White and Robinson's girlfriend Claudette Rogers; the two eventually married, and Rogers left the group in 1964 to care for their family, although she continued to write songs
Greatest Hits, Vol. 2 is the second greatest hits album for The Miracles, released in 1968 on Motown Records' Tamla label. The hit single "I Second That Emotion" was new to album.