William “Smokey” Robinson began his music career as a teenager, when he formed a vocal group, called the Matadors (later the Miracles), with his high school friends in Detroit. While playing clubs, they were heard by Berry Gordy, who sensed a much bigger potential in Robinson than club work. “I Second That Emotion” was the group’s 17th Top 40 hit, going to # 4 in 1967. Smokey left the group for a successful solo career in 1972.
I Second That Emotionby Smokey Robinson
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