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The Temptations Sing Smokey
leans heavily on a great soul- music tradition: the practice of Motown artists' covering each other's hits as album tracks. Not that the Temptations' versions of Smokey Robinson-penned "Miracles" and Mary Wells singles qualify as filler. Hardly, as Eddie Kendricks's falsetto makes a convincing stand-in for Robinson's own remakes of "You've Really Got a Hold on Me" and "What's So Good About Good Bye". Many of these tracks also underscore the strong doo-wop roots at the core of the Temptations' style, none more so than "Baby, Baby I Need You", which barely bothers to update its 1950s influences for mid-60s ears. This minor gem comes complete with three hit singles in "My Girl", "The Way You Do the Things You Do", and "It's Growing". --Rickey Wright