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The Definitive Performances (1963–1987)

The Definitive Performances (1963-1987)
Smokey Robinson & the Miracles
Released November 21, 2006
Recorded 1963–1987
Genre Soul, Motown
Length 150 mins
Label Motown
Producer David Peck & Phillip Galloway (Reelin' In The Years Productions)
Ian Brenchley & Archie Gormley (Universal Music Group International)
Smokey Robinson & the Miracles video chronology

20th Century Masters: DVD Collection
The Definitive Performances (1963-1987)

The Definitive Performances (1963–1987) is an anthology of performances by

Track listing

  1. "Shop Around" (from Teen Town - February 1965)
  2. "You've Really Got a Hold on Me/ Bring It On Home To Me" (from Motortown Revue at The Apollo - April 1963)
  3. "Mickey's Monkey (song)" (from Hollywood A Go-Go - November 20, 1965)
  4. "Ooo Baby Baby" (from Murray The K - It's What's Happening, Baby - June 28, 1965)
  5. "The Tracks of My Tears" (from Swingin' Time - December 8, 1965)
  6. "Going to a Go-Go" (from Swingin' Time - December 8, 1965)
  7. "My Girl Has Gone" (from Swingin' Time - December 8, 1965)
  8. "I Second That Emotion" (from The Mike Douglas Show - February 29, 1968)
  9. "The Tears of a Clown" (from The Don Knotts Show - October 20, 1970)
  10. "Do It Baby" (from Dinah! - March 11, 1976)
  11. "Love Machine" (from Dinah! - March 11, 1976)
  12. "Crusin'" (from Going Platinum - 1980)
  13. "Being With You" (from the Don Lane Show - October 19, 1981)
  14. "Just to See Her" (from Power Hits - 1987)

Note : the foreign release of this DVD includes an extra track not included in the U.S. release: "Yesterday" from The Ed Sullivan Show-1968. Miracles member Marv Tarplin is featured prominently in this performance. All tracks have been remastered for this release.

Personnel: The Miracles

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