Smokey Robinson ‎– Warm Thoughts

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A1 Let Me Be The Clock
Written-By – William "Smokey" Robinson*
5:10
A2 Heavy On Pride (Light On Love)
Written-By – William "Smokey" Robinson*
4:07
A3 Into Each Rain Some Life Must Fall
Written-By – William "Smokey" Robinson*
4:34
A4 Wine, Women And Song
Lead Vocals [Female] – Claudette RobinsonWritten-By – Marv Tarplin*, Pamela Moffett, William "Smokey" Robinson*
4:45
B1 Melody Man
Co-producer, Arranged By – Stevie WonderWritten-By – William "Smokey" Robinson*, Stevie Wonder
4:53
B2 What's In Your Life For Me
Written-By – Donny Soul, William "Smokey" Robinson*
4:43
B3 I Want To Be Your Love
Written-By – William "Smokey" Robinson*
3:57
B4 Travelin' Through
Written-By – Rose Ella Jones
4:22

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Recorded, mixed and mastered at Motown Recording Studios, Hollywood, CA
℗ © 1980 & Trademark Motown Record Corporation

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  • Matrix / Runout (A Side Label): T8-367M1 A
  • Matrix / Runout (B Side Label): T8-367M1 B
  • Rights Society: ASCAP

Other Versions (5 of 17) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
T8367, T8 367 Smokey Robinson Warm Thoughts(LP, Album) Motown, Motown T8367, T8 367 Australia Unknown Sell This Version
STML 12134, 0C 062 - 63 749 Smokey Robinson Warm Thoughts(LP, Album) Motown, Motown STML 12134, 0C 062 - 63 749 UK 1980 Sell This Version
T 367 Smokey Robinson Warm Thoughts(LP, Album) Tamla T 367 Canada 1980 Sell This Version
IM-46.034 Smokey Robinson Warm Thoughts(LP, Album) Tamla IM-46.034 Portugal 1980 Sell This Version
T8-367M1 Smokey Robinson Warm Thoughts(LP, Album) Tamla T8-367M1 US 1980 Sell This Version

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uglylyle

uglylyle

February 21, 2019
edited about 1 year ago

Great album, this is a return to smokey's roots. Highly recommended in my book.
blaksoulfire

blaksoulfire

February 8, 2017

Very underated Smokey lp - however it is a personal favorite of mine: an album I have loved from my early teenage years. Its a go to record when I want to unwind. Very soulful and mature.