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Smokey Robinson has been called “America’s poet laureate of love.” The Motown legend on his fifty years in the music industry, the addiction that nearly ended his career and co-writing thousands of songs.
- Smokey Robinson singer, song-writer, record producer, founder of the Miracles and former Vice-President of Motown Records. His latest cd is "Time Flies When Your Having Fun." He's performing as part of the Kennedy Center's “An American Playlist: an evening of classical works and popular song.”
“The Tracks of My Tears” (With The Miracles, 1965)
“Ooo Baby Baby” (On “Ready Steady Go,” 1965)
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