Tag Archives: Smokey Robinson

Smokey-Robinson & The Miracles -The Tracks Of My Tears - 1965

4/4/16 – Smokey Robinson & The Miracles – The Tracks Of My Tears – 1965

It was interesting to read that Pete Townshend’s Substitute was inspired by Smokey Robinson & The Miracles, The Tracks Of My Tears and the line “Although she may be cute, she’s just a substitute”. Well there’s no doubt that it’s one of the great songs from the Motown catalogue and despite the link to the […]


22/4/15 – Diana Ross And The Supremes – Reflections – 1967

Motown goes Psychedelic! Strange sounds, an opening line “Through the mirror of my mind” and the Summer Of Love┬áhas reached┬áDetroit. This was in fact the turning point in the billing where Diana Ross’s name preceded the Supremes pushing her into the spotlight. This also was the end of the line for original member Florence Ballard […]


Soul Soup – On Spotify

This is the first experiment with playlists using Spotify on the In Deep Music Archive website as I want you to be able to come here and listen to music. Soul Soup features popular soul songs by Al Green, Bill Withers, Marvin Gaye and Smokey Robinson. I’m only just learning how to do this so […]