Labels Ace Records (USA). 2. You Want Me to Love You. 3. Little Bit Extra. 6. Because of You. 7. I'm Your Captain (Closer to Home).
Renaissance (Tamla T-325L) was a 1973 album by R&B group The Miracles on Motown Records' Tamla label, noted as the first-ever album by the group not to feature original lead singer Smokey Robinson on lead vocals. Instead, his replacement, new lead singer, Billy Griffin did the lead chores on this album.
Three albums after the departure of Smokey Robinson, the Miracles were performing respectably, chalking up a sizable hit in 1974 with the sexually charged Do It Baby, but they had no real blockbusters to their name until the sequined, spangled 1975 concept album City of Angels. As its title makes plain, this is a record about Los Angeles in the mid-‘70s, a place where everybody is on the prowl and there ain’t nobody straight.
Listen online and stay in a good mood. Org Album: Miracles: The Holiday Album (1994).
A number of Angeles’ songs, including Nasty Girls, You Want Me To Love You, and Can’t Find the Words have been played on nationwide radio stations. In 1999, their album No Limits was featured on 9. KLOS Local Licks Sunday night program. Angeles was honored to not only be featured on the program four times, but they were also the only band to ever have six songs played on a Double Local Licks feature in a single program. During one week in 1999, Can’t Find the Words was played 527 times. The song continued to play nationwide on radio stations for three months.
Studio album by Smokey Robinson & the Miracles. Make It Happen is a 1967 album by Smokey Robinson & the Miracles. It featured ballads such as the hit singles "The Love I Saw in You Was Just a Mirage" and "More Love", as well as the up-tempo "The Tears of a Clown" co-written by Stevie Wonder and his producer Hank Cosby. Three years after the album's release, "The Tears of a Clown" was issued as a single, and charted at on both the Billboard Hot 100 and UK Singles Chart.
Is The Fabulous Miracles the best album by The Miracles? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. This album At A Glance. The Fabulous Miracles by The Miracles (1963) Overall rank: 52,089th.
|1||Baby Sugar Love||3:18|
|2||You Want Me To Love You||2:56|
|3||Little Bit Extra||4:02|
|5||In The Morning||3:27|
|6||Because Of You||5:08|
|7||I'm Your Captain (Closer To Home)||7:59|
- Bass – John Azar
- Drums – John Merritt
- Lead Guitar – Dale Lytle
- Vocals – Dave Raudman