JUST MY SOUL RESPONDING * SMOKEY ROBINSON & TOM BEE * TAMLA MOTOWN 883 * UK
I've given Tom Bee prominent credit at the top of this page because for me his contribution, singing what I take to be an authentic Native American chant, on what could easily be a somewhat sentimental protest song, holds this record up. This was Smokey Robinson's second solo release in the USA and his first in the UK, it was released as a B side to It's Her Turn To Live on Tamla 54246 in April 1974, but as the A side to Sweet Harmony in January 1974 in Britain, making the British copy the first release; not a common occurrence for Soul singles.
|Everybodyís Gotta Pay Some Dues||Whatís So Good About Good-By||I Gotta Dance To Keep From Crying|
|Happy Landing||My Girl Has Gone||Shop Around||I Like It Like That||Baby Donít You Go|
|Whatever Makes You Happy||Whoís Lovin You||Youíve Really Got A Hold On Me||Way Over There||The Man In You|
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