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Album: You're the One for Me (feat. Joss Stone) - Single

Artist: Smokey Robinson

  • Genre: R&B/Soul
  • Release Date: 2009
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2010 Direct Holdings Inc

Tracklist For You're the One for Me (feat. Joss Stone) - Single By Artist Smokey Robinson

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Reviews For You're the One for Me (feat. Joss Stone) - Single By Artist Smokey Robinson

  • Fantastic!!!

    5
    By corny knockers
    So so smooth.
  • He's Smokey, and she is too

    5
    By Dadio7
    I always refered to Joss Stone's VOICE as having a "smokey" character, a bit profetic that they are so perfectly matched in sound here too. Love this song and it makes me all 'randy'.
  • Love It!!!

    5
    By Shasm
    I was mesmerized by Joss and Smokey when I saw them perform this song on American Idol. I had do download the song immediately. I only wish there was a video!! I love the beat and the words. Joss is a new favorite of mine now and Smokey is still great! Get it--
  • Awesome!!!!!!!!!!

    5
    By MJLOVE2
    I'm a huge (longtime) Smokey fan and I love Joss's style and when I heard this song I was totally blown away. So smooth and simply awesome!!!!!!!!!
  • Good music has no age limits

    4
    By ctporter
    This single shows that the music style of old is not dated, it is timeless. Very nice, smooth and comforting
  • you're the one for me

    5
    By micksbart
    As soon as I heard this song on American Idol I downloaded it from I tunes about 5 minutes after the show was over. Their voices together was awesome and I want more.
  • they blend well

    5
    By nocturnalrainbow
    if you are a smokey or joss fan this is a must for you--reminds me of the old smoooth smookey!
  • WOW!

    4
    By jazzy jasmine
    I just love this song. Anything that Smokey Robinson does is alright with me. I love the vocal interaction between the two. They sound nice together. No one is trying to outdo anyone. Worth it!
  • You're the One for me

    5
    By Vanderhoof
    Well I love Smokey and I know that he is 69 so his vocals of this song live on American Idol wasn't his best and some said that singing with the young Joss Stone, "was a little creepy". The recorded song, is wonderful to tell you the truth I wish Joss Stone could have sang the entire song on her own, but the contrast of Smokey's soft voice did bring a added bonus. The words are beautiful and the melody wonderful. Joss Stone captured it with feeling and meaning. Love it!
  • You're both the ones for me!!

    5
    By Daisy712
    The best voice of the ages and the best voice of all up and coming new artist have joined together to create MAGIC!! Hope we'll hear more from the two of them. Thanks Smokey and Joss!

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