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The Miracles - Recorded Live On Stage album mp3

Performer: The Miracles
Title: Recorded Live On Stage
Country: US
Released: 1963
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 664

Elvis Recorded Live on Stage in Memphis is a live album by American singer and musician Elvis Presley, released by RCA Records in July 1974. It was recorded on March 20 of the same year at the Mid-South Coliseum in Memphis, Tennessee, Presley's hometown. The cover features of a photograph of Presley's home, Graceland. Presley earned his third Grammy Award for this album's performance of "How Great Thou Art". The album was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America on July 15, 1999.

Recorded Live On Stage. Go to artist profile. Along with The Miracles, The Temptations, The Supremes, and The Four Tops, Wells was said to have been part of the charge in black music onto radio stations and record shelves of mainstream America "bridging the color lines in music at the time.

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However, due to constant changes in the music industry and Motown, by 1969, Smokey Robinson sought to leave the Miracles and the stage, to settle for continued work as Motown's vice president as well as become more of a family man to his wife Claudette and their children. The year 1969 had brought a second Ed Sullivan Show appearance for the group, singing their then-current singles "Doggone Right", and their hit cover of Dion's "Abraham, Martin and John"  . had essentially retired from the Miracles' live performances in 1964, permanently left the Miracles when her husband Smokey did, retiring from recording with them as well.

The album, which documented a much more polished and professional performance than the one on the group's first live album, The Miracles Recorded Live on Stage, revealed the Miracles' tremendous growth as experienced performers during the intervening six years. There were two important changes in the group's personnel since the previous live album

Approaching the end of their run - only one more album would come, 1974's Positive Vibrations - Ten Years After were deep into the thick of '70s arena rock, so everything they played on-stage wound up stretching well beyond the five-minute mark, sometimes reaching upward of 11 minutes

The Miracles – Depend On Me: The Early Albums is a 2009 double-CD limited release by Motown Records' original vocal group The Miracles, released through Universal's Hip-O Select imprint to coincide with the legendary Motown label's 50th anniversary. In addition, this collection's release also coincided with The Miracles' being honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of. Fame on March 20 of that year. Miracles depend on me gorgeous early motown ballad. Hi, We're The Miracles. Cookin' with The Miracles.

Recording started in January 1988 and lasted for an entire year


Mighty Good Lovin' 2:35
A Love She Can Count On 5:32
Happy Landing 5:28
I've Been Good To You 4:55
What's So Good About Good-By 2:25
You've Really Got A Hold On Me 5:20
Way Over There 2:45


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
TM 241 The Miracles Recorded Live On Stage ‎(LP, Album) Tamla TM 241 US 1963
TM 241 The Miracles Recorded Live On Stage ‎(LP, Album) Tamla TM 241 Canada 1963
T 241 The Miracles Recorded Live On Stage ‎(LP, Album) Tamla T 241 US 1963
TM 241 The Miracles Recorded Live On Stage ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Tamla TM 241 US 1963
M5-220V1 The Miracles Recorded Live On Stage ‎(LP, Album, Rei) Motown M5-220V1 US Unknown
230·15·087 The Miracles Recorded Live On Stage ‎(LP, RE) Motown 230·15·087 Germany Unknown

Reviews (1)
Around 1963, Motown released a series of "Recorded Live on Stage" albums by some of their top artist at the time. Albums by Marvin Gaye, The Marvelettes, Stevie Wonder, and the Miracles were released on Tamla. While Mary Wells' lone live album was released on the Motown subsidiary. Smokey and the Miracles hot off "You've Really Got A Hold on Me", and "Shop Around", sang extended and heart wrenching live versions of their recent and past hits. Side A:1. Mighty Good Lovin' (****) Nice introduction of this fabulous album, not one of the Miracles most memorable singles but this live version will definitely stick with you. 2. A Love She Can Count On (****) A sizable hit from 1963, a definite sing a long3. Happy Landing (****) From the Fabulous Miracles LP, running almost 6 minutes Smokey and the Miracles takes it to church and back.Side B:1. I've Been Good to You (****) A Miracles classic, and showstopper, listen for the inclusion of Barbara Lynn's "You'll Lose a Good Thing".2. What's So Good About Goodbye (****) Sounds exactly like the record with extra soul.3. You've Really Got A Hold on Me (*****) The classic hit performed by the group, close to the end Smokey and the Miracles sing the inspiration behind this song, Sam Cooke's "Bring It On Home to Me". Beautiful!4. Way Over There (****) The Miracles close with their first national hit that put the group on the map. Very energetic conclusion!All in all, the album seems to be split up between two shows on both sides. However, it still worth it! The original album also seems to be a rare find in excellent condition. Get your hands on it ASAP!!

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