This is a list of covers of The Miracles songs that have been recorded and released. According to several websites, the Miracles are one of the most oft-covered groups in recorded history and the most covered Motown group ever. Their music and songs have influenced artists all over the world – in every major musical genre – over the last 50 years.
"(Come 'Round Here) I'm the One You Need" is a 1966 Top 20 hit song by the Miracles, written for them by Holland-Dozier-Holland and featured on their album, Away We Go-Go. It was also a top 20 hit in England, and was the last Miracles single released under the group's collective name before lead singer Robinson got top billing on all future Miracles singles.
"Choosey Beggar" is a ballad recorded for the Miracles' Going to a Go-Go album. The song became one of several hit singles released from the album. was issued as the B-side of the group's top-20 million-selling single,"Going to a Go-Go", and was taken from the group's Billboard Top 10 Pop album of the same name. Written by Miracles members Smokey Robinson and Pete Moore and produced by Robinson, this song also became a national hit, reaching number 35 on the Billboard R&B chart.
"Going to a Go-Go" is a hit single by The Miracles, which peaked at the top 20 of the Billboard Hot 100 and the top ten of the R&B chart. It has also been selected by The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as one of the "500 Songs that Shaped Rock and Roll", and sold over one million copies...making it The Miracles' fifth million-selling record.
"Love Machine" is a number-one hit single by the Miracles, recorded in 1975 and released on their album, City of Angels."Love Machine" was a multi-million selling Platinum single, and a number-one smash hit on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100, and, with 4.5 million copies sold, was the best-selling single of The Miracles' career. The single went to #5 on the Hot Soul Singles chart, and went to #20 on Record World's National Disco file Top 20 chart. It was also a Top 10 hit in England, peaking at number three on the UK Singles Chart.
"Ooo Baby Baby" is a 1965 hit single by the Miracles, one of several released from their Going to a Go-Go album. In 2004, Rolling Stone ranked the Miracles' original version of this song as #262 on their list of The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.
This 1967 Miracles song was not released as a single until 1970, and was an international multi-million seller and a 2002 Grammy Hall of Fame inductee...reaching # 1 on both the American and British Pop Charts.
This song was the "B" side of The Miracles' first million-seller, "Shop Around".In addition to the artists posted, it was also covered by the group En Vogue as an a cappella introduction to their 1990 hit,"Hold On".
Complete list of Miracles songs covered and sampled by other artists
The Miracles, Motown's first group, are the most covered Motown group of all time. Their music and songs have influenced artists all over the world – in every major musical genre – over the last 50 years. Almost all of their hits were self-written, making them unique among Motown acts. Many of the Miracles' songs have been major hits or important recordings for other artists. Among these are:
"Going to a Go-Go" – The Rolling Stones, Phil Collins, The Hags, and Secret Affair.
"I Second That Emotion" – Japan, Michael McDonald, Kiki Dee, The Manhattan Transfer, Jerry Garcia, Diana Ross & the Supremes with the Temptations, 10db, Tammy Wynette, José Feliciano, Emilie, Stuck In The Middle, Thelma Jones.
"(Come 'Round Here) I'm The One You Need " – The Jackson 5, The Cowsills, The GP's
"If You Can Want" – The Dirtbombs, Barbara McNair, Chazz Dixon.
"Nowhere To Go- Kanye West (as the basis of his song "About An Angel"), Beanie Sigel (as "Got Nowhere"), Freeway
"Much Better Off" – J Dilla.
"You've Got The Love I Need" -J Dilla, Raekwon.
"A Legend In Its Own Time" – J Dilla (as an exercept of his song "One Eleven").
"Oh Be My Love"- Barbara Lewis, The Supremes, Barbara McNair.
"I Don't Blame You At All"- Rosetta Hightower.
"Mighty Good Lovin"-Edwin Starr, Chris Clark.
"You're So Fine and Sweet"- The Undertakers.
"I Like It Like That" (Miracles song)- Bobby Vee, Mitch Ryder & the Detroit Wheels.
"Would I Love You"-Len Barry.
"Happy Landing"- The Temptations.
"Special Occasion- Jim Gilstrap.
"I'll Try Something New" – Diana Ross & The Supremes with The Temptations, Barbara McNair, A Taste of Honey, Spyder Turner (as an excerpt from his cover of "Stand By Me")
"My Girl Has Gone" – Etienne Daho, Bobby Taylor, Edwyn Collins, Ken Parker.
"Yester Love" – Gerald Wilson & His Orchestra.
"The Love I Saw In You Was Just a Mirage" – The Jackson 5, Vance Gilbert, The Uniques
"Love Machine" – Wham!, Thelma Houston
"Determination" – The Contours.
"Choosey Beggar" – Chazz Dixon, Debby Boone.
"I've Been Good To You" – Marshall Crenshaw, Brenda Holloway, Joe Meek, The Temptones, Ray, Goodman & Brown (The Moments), The Ones, The Temptations.
"Mickey's Monkey" – Mother's Finest, Martha and the Vandellas, The Supremes, The Hollies, The Young Rascals, John Mellencamp, Lou Christie, Cannibal & the Headhunters, The C.A.Quintet, The Defenders, Chris Catena, The Sugar Beats, The Mac Truque.
"More Love" – Kim Carnes, Paul Young, Barbara McNair, Mica Paris, The 5th Dimension, Rick Webb, Foster Sylvers.
"Ooo Baby Baby" – Linda Ronstadt, Brenda Holloway, Shalamar, Ruby Turner, Sylvester, Spirit Traveler, Five Stairsteps, Zapp, Laura Nyro, Ella Fitzgerald, Honey Cone, Human Nature, Fingazz
"Shop Around" – Captain & Tennille, Don Bryant, The Astronauts, The Allusions, and Georgie Fame, Neil Merryweather and Lynn Carey, among numerous others.
"The Tears of a Clown" – La Toya Jackson, The Beat, The Rocking Chairs, The Re-Bops, Nnenna Freelon, The Flying Pickets, Caligula, Human Nature, Enuff Z'Nuff, Eumir Deodato, Brian Ray, Marc Cohn, Phil Collins.
"The Tracks of My Tears " – Linda Ronstadt, Aretha Franklin, Johnny Rivers, Gladys Knight & the Pips, Mongo Santamaría, Martha and the Vandellas, Bryan Ferry, Björns Vänner (as Ser Jag Ut Att Må Bra?), Dolly Parton, Boyz II Men, Human Nature, among many others
"Darling Dear" – The Jackson Five.
"Who's Loving You" – The Jackson 5, En Vogue, Terence Trent D'Arby, Brenda Holloway, The Supremes, The Temptations, Honey Cone, Stevie B., Archie Bell & the Drells, Nikka Costa.
"You've Really Got a Hold on Me" – Percy Sledge, Barbara McNair, The Beatles, The Temptations, The Supremes, The Zombies, Aidan Smith, Sonny & Cher, Mickey Gilley, Eddie Money, Cyndi Lauper, The Bobs, Greg Brown, Small Faces, Bobby McFerrin, Derrick Harriott, UFO8, and She & Him among many others.
"I Gotta Dance to Keep From Crying" – The Who, Jimmy James.
"From Head to Toe" – Elvis Costello, Chris Clark
"A Fork in the Road " – Rebbie Jackson
"Way Over There" – The Royal Counts, The Temptations, Edwin Starr, The Marvelettes, New Man, Eddie Adams Jr.
"(You Can't Let the Boy Overpower) The Man In You" – Chuck Jackson
"What's So Good About Goodbye" – Giant Sunflower, The Temptations, Quix*O*Tic
"More, More, More of Your Love" – Bob Brady & the Con Chords
"Doggone Right" – Bobby Davis.
"After All" – The Supremes, The Marvelettes.
"Swept For You Baby" – The Sylvers, The Blenders, The Tamlins (as Sweat For You Baby).
"The Hurt is Over" – The DT's
"Whatever Makes You Happy"- Jacki Gore, Steve Washington.
"Save Me" – The Undertones
"(You Can) Depend On Me" – The Temptations, The Supremes, Mary Wells, Brenda Holloway, Barbara Mason.
"Baby Baby Don't Cry" – Gerald Wilson and His Orchestra, Projekt.
"Can You Love a Poor Boy" – Bobby Vee, Softones, Gil Bernal, Ronnie Walker.
"Bad Girl" – Dazz Band.
"That's What Love Is Made Of" – Michael Jackson, Bobby Vee, Choker Campbell, The Magicians.
"We've Come Too Far To End It Now"-The Escorts
"Here I Go Again" – Chazz Dixon, Carey Bell, A.J. De Bravo, Little Willie G., Oran "Juice" Jones.
"Point It Out"' – The Supremes and The Temptations.
"Got A Job" – The Marcels
"Whole Lotta Shakin' In My Heart (Since I Met You)" – The Hellacopters, Marv Johnson.
"Give Me Just Another Day" – Young Jeezy (as the basis for his song, "Mr 17.5"), Schoolboy Q, Wade Waters, Christina Milian, Rick Ross, Marco Polo feat. Torae, and others.
"Do It Baby"- Jimmy Ponder, Red Holt (of Young-Holt Unlimited).
"Who's Gonna Take The Blame" – Capone N. Noreaga (as the basis of their song "Live On Live Long").
"Come On Do The Jerk" – The Righteous Brothers 
References: Allmusic, The Covers Project, Second Hand Songs, "Who Sampled" website.