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Smokey is the debut studio album by American soul singer, songwriter, and producer Smokey Robinson. It was released on June 19, 1973, by Tamla Records and was Robinson's first solo record after his departure from The Miracles. The album featured the single "Sweet Harmony", which was his tribute to his former singing partners in the Miracles: Bobby Rogers, Pete Moore and Ronnie White. Smokey was arranged by Dave Blumberg, Gene Page and Willie Hutch
Smokey synonyms, Smokey pronunciation, Smokey translation, English dictionary definition of Smokey. adj. smok·i·er, smok·i·est 1. Emitting smoke in profuse volume: a smoky stove. 2. Mixed or filled with smoke: smoky corridors. Smokey - definition of Smokey by The Free Dictionary. Dictionary, Encyclopedia and Thesaurus - The Free Dictionary 11,653,530,125 visitors served.
The Smoky Hill Chalk Member of the Niobrara Chalk formation is a Cretaceous conservation Lagerstätte, or fossil rich geological formation, known primarily for its exceptionally well-preserved marine reptiles. The Smoky Hill Chalk Member is the uppermost of the two structural units of the Niobrara Chalk. It is underlain by the Fort Hays Limestone Member; and the Pierre Shale overlies the Smoky Hill Chalk.
The Smoky Hill River is a 575-mile (925 km) river in the central Great Plains of North America, running through the . states of Colorado and Kansas. The Smoky Hill gets its name from the Smoky Hills region of north-central Kansas through which it flows. American Indians living along the Smoky Hill considered it and the Kansas River to be the same river, and their names for it included Chetolah and Okesee-sebo.