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Release Info: The Miracles “City of Angels”

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More info has come through on last week’s mention of the reissue of City of Angels, a “lost” 1975 album by The Miracles.

City of Angels, the fourth Miracles LP with vocalist Billy Griffin (who’d replaced Smokey Robinson in 1972), was a smash thanks to its huge No. 1 hit “Love Machine (Part 1).” But amazingly, it’s never gotten a proper CD release until now. Hip-O Select, Universal Music Enterprises’ boutique label, has reissued the disc with its original album art, a new essay written by soul music writer David Nathan, a bonus interview Nathan conducted with Griffin and fellow Miracle Warren “Pete” Moore, and an unreleased bonus track: a 12″ instrumental version of “Love Machine.”

Order it here, and as always stick with The Second Disc for more expanded and remastered news as it happens.

Written by Mike Duquette

January 29, 2010 at 13:56

Posted in News, Reissues, The Miracles

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