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DescriptionSmokey Robinson & the Miracles Signed "What's So Good About Good-By / I've Been Good to You" 45 Single Record (Tamla 54053, 1961). A top 40 Pop hit, the A-side of this single was written by Miracles singer Smokey Robinson, and was included later on the band's 1962 LP I'll Try Something New. Here, the front cover of the single's sleeve has been signed by Robinson and fellow Miracles Ronnie White, Pete Moore, and Bobby Rogers in blue ballpoint ink. The signatures were obtained at an appearance by the band at the Washington Park Zoo in Oregon, 1964. Condition: VG 5 (sleeve - shows considerable ring-wear and creasing, though all signatures are bright) / GD 3 (disc). COA from Heritage Auctions.
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