Albums like Renaissance proved that the Miracles could still produce even if their leader Smokey Robinson had gone solo. In fact, Smokey was never far away as he was the executive producer of the album, and the song writing talents of Leon Ware, Willie Hutch, and Larry Mizell, amongst others helped them out. Most of the tracks are lush slow Soul numbers such as If You’re Ever In The Neighborhood, I Wanna Be With You, Wigs And Lashes, Don’t Let It End (Til You Let It Begin), and Nowhere To Go. There are a few other tunes that are slick dance numbers such as What Is A Heart Good For and I Don’t Need No Reason with its great catchy chorus. There are some funky Soul numbers as well like Mr. Cool That Ain’t Cool, but they’re really at their best singing lush ballads like Loving You Is So Easy.