Smokey Robinson discography. This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Find sources: "Smokey Robinson discography" – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (January 2010) (Learn how and when to remove this template message). Smokey Robinson discography. - "Because of You (It's The Best It's Ever Been)". - - - "Love Will Set You Free (Theme from Solarbabies)" (Canada only; last-ever Tamla release). Just to See Her" (Robinson's debut Motown single).
Smokey Robinson - I'm Gonna Love You Like There's No Tomorrow 03. Smokey Robinson & The Miracles - You've Really Got A Hold On Me 04. Smokey Robinson & The Miracles - That's What Love Is Made Of 0. One Heartbeat" was the second single released by Smokey Robinson from his 1987 album of the same name. The song peaked at on the Billboard Hot 100 chart; at on the R&B chart; and at on the Adult Contemporary chart. Fun fact is the song features saxophone solo performed by Kenny G. Also included on this record are vocal and instrumental versions of "Love Will Set You Free" from the 1986 film Solarbabies, plus an instrumental of Robinson's debut Motown single "Just To See Her". Just To See Her (Instrumental) 4:05 03. Love Will Set You Free (Theme From Solarbabies) 4:08 04. Love Will Set You Free (Instrumental) 4:48 --- 17:04.
Happy Love Theme From Lady Sings The Blues. Happy Love Theme From Lady Sings The Blues. Smokey Robinson and The Miracles. Love Will Set You Free Theme From Solarbabies.
Weary of wonder, imprisoned in your doubt Love and thunder, your heart is crying out Don't you know that now you're standing In the danger zone (in the danger zone) But love won't leave you, to ever stand alone Love will set you free (love will set you free). He said, come follow me and where we go (Come follow me and where we go) You can reap every dream you sow (You can reap every dream you sow) Nothing's impossible, when you believe Come follow me and you'll be free (Free free, free free). Folloooooow, follow follow Folloooooow, follow
The genius of William "Smokey" Robinson is immeasurable. As many of his prior songs had shaped R&B and pop music, this album would have a similar effect. The title track became the namesake for a music format. The album itself had three singles hit the charts. Arranged in an intermittent rhythm, "Baby That's Backatcha" ran up the Billboard R&B charts to number one inside 16 weeks. It was Robinson's first number one single since leaving the Miracles