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Smokey Robinson ‎– Warm Thoughts 1980 Funk/ Soul ( Clearance No Cover)

Smokey Robinson ‎– Warm Thoughts 1980 Funk/ Soul ( Clearance No Cover)

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Smokey Robinson ‎– Warm Thoughts 1980  Funk/ Soul

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( Clearance No Cover)

Label & Ser # ~ Tamla ‎– T 367
Format 1 -disc, 8 tracks, Black Vinyl, 12-inch , 33rpm, LP. 
Year of release ~ 1980 
Country Manufactured ~Canada 
Funk / Soul
Sleeve Condition (Out of 10) ~ ( Clearance No Cover)
Label Condition (Out of 10) ~ 10 
Vinyl Condition ~ (Out of 10) 
Side 1 - 10
side 2 - 10 

BIN # ( Clearance No Cover)

Warm Thoughts is a 1980 album by Smokey Robinson. It features the top 40 hit, "Let Me Be the Clock". The album was arranged by Reginald "Sonny" Burke.This album also featured the semi-autobiographical tune "Wine, Women and Song", which proved to be the closest thing to a Miracles reunion that occurred in the 1980s...with Smokey doing a duet with his then wife, former Miracle Claudette Robinson,and Miracle Marv Tarplin, with whom he shared songwriting credits, on guitar.The song "Travellin' Thru'" was written by Smokey's real-life sister,Rose Ella Jones, and two songs written by Robinson with fellow Motown artist, Stevie Wonder, and singer, songwriter, and former Starsky and Hutch star, David Soul.This album was a huge success, reaching the Top 20 of The Billboard 200 Pop Album chart,peaking at #14, and the Top 10 of Billboard's R&B Album Chart, peaking at #4.

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