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Aug 17, 2012 ... In "Let's Sleep Around," Egan vocalizes a falsetto reminiscent of Smokey
Robinson atop music that waffles between '70s soft rock songs and ...
In addition, they successfully tackled Smokey Robinson's "One Who Really Loves
You" and Jackie Wilson's "A Woman, a Lover, a Friend." The sneaky "Comin' ...
Though it should be noted that his prolonged falsetto efforts reveal him as no
Smokey Robinson. This is a decent debut album, but certainly not the best
A fitting reference would be old Motown soul, which is shown in everything from
Ian Svenonius' Smokey Robinson-esque vocals to the back-up singers. "Born on ...
Aretha Franklin and Smokey Robinson in an impromptu debut, Stevie Wonder
joking with host Don Cornelius, a Jackson 5 appearance where Jermaine is the ...
... Gospel According to Al Green · Black Metal Satanica. x-Reference; Marvin
Gaye · James Brown · Smokey Robinson · Isaac Hayes. Do you want to write for
x-Reference; The Temptations · Eddie Kendricks · The Four Tops · Phil Perry ·
Smokey Robinson · Jeffrey Osbourne · Will Downing · Freddie Jackson · Anita ...
And "Happy" just shows that given the wrong collaborator (Michael Legrand),
even a quintessentially great songwriter like Smokey Robinson can write dreck.
The credits show Debbie authored "Iím Just Your Fool," but it has Smokey
Robinson written all over it. Her search for security as she grows older continues
He was the biggest Smokey Robinson fan, he was into Motown, he loved The
Beatles and James Brown. I was into all that soul music, jazz, and classical.