The Fabulous Miracles

Released: February 28, 1963
Label: Tamla Records

The Fabulous Miracles is a 1963 album by The Miracles featuring the million-selling Grammy Hall of Fame hit, “You’ve Really Got a Hold on Me”, one of the group’s most popular singles. It also features the chart hits “A Love She Can Count On” and “I’ve Been Good To You”, which The Beatles’ John Lennon has identified as his favorite Miracles song.[2] Miracles lead singer Smokey Robinson was the principal writer on all tracks, while Miracles members Ronnie White and Bobby Rogers co-wrote with him on several of the album’s songs. Although two of the album’s songs, “Won’t You Take Me Back” and “Your Love”, were taken from their debut album Hi … We’re The Miracles, all eight new songs were released as either singles or b-sides.