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Flying High Together

Released: July 27, 1972

Label: Tamla Records


Flying High Together is an album by Smokey Robinson and the Miracles on Motown Records’ Tamla label, released in 1972. It is noted as The Miracles’ last studio album with original lead singer Smokey Robinson, who retired from the act to concentrate on his duties as Vice President of The Motown Record Corporation. The album charted at #46 on the Billboard Pop Album chart, and featured two singles: the appropriately named “We’ve Come Too Far to End It Now”, which matched the parent album’s chart position on the Billboard singles chart, charting at #46, and reached the Top 10 of the Billboard R&B singles chart, charting at #9, and “I Can’t Stand to See You Cry”, which charted at #45 Pop, and #21 R&B.

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