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Song Review: A Greatest Hits Collection album for sale by Stevie Wonder was released Dec 10, 1996 on the Motown (Record Label) label. In 1961, discovered by Ronnie White of the Miracles, he was signed by Berry Gordy of Motown Records. Song Review: A Greatest Hits Collection songs His voice broke in 1964 but he re-emerged in 1965 with a worldwide hit, 'Uptight (Everything's Alright)'. Song Review: A Greatest Hits Collection album for sale His contract expired in 1971 and Wonder financed two experimental albums, playing almost all instruments. He pioneered the synthesizer's use in black music, and addressed racial and spiritual questions. Song Review: A Greatest Hits Collection CD music is a 2-disc set with 31 songs. ...See Full Description
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I don't own his latest compilation that goes for about $60, but this one has got to be close. One af the best musicians to ever live!
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Song Review: A Greatest Hits Collection album for sale The finest example of perfect disco pop, and a record that should be prescribed to musical snobs and manic depressives. The album is a true ambassador of what pop music can be. Jackson whoops and dances through a suite of unforgettable melodies that should be danced to with a smile on your face. Each track offers at least one musical hook, whether it is the beauty of 'Human Nature' (who can resist the 'dada dada da da da') or the 'whoo whoo' of 'Billie Jean'. It's all too good.
Principally recorded at Westlake Audio, Los Angeles, California.
Personnel: Vincent Price (rap vocals, spoken vocals); Steve Lukather (guitar, electric bass); Dean Parks, Eddie Van Halen, Paul Jackson, Jr. , David E. Williams (guitar); Larry Andrew Williams (flute, saxophone); Gary Grant, Jerry Hey (trumpet, flugelhorn); William Frank "Bill" Reichenbach Jr. (trombone); David Paich (piano, synthesizer); Greg Phillinganes (Fender Rhodes piano, keyboards, synthesizer, hand claps); Bill Wolfer (keyboards, synthesizer); Tom Bahler (keyboards, Synclavier); Michael Boddicker (synthesizer, vocoder); Greg "Frosty" Smith, Rod Temperton, Steve Porcaro, David Foster, Brian Banks (synthesizer); Jeff Porcaro, Leon "Ndugu" Chancler (drums); James Ingram (hand claps, background vocals); Louis Johnson, Steven Ray (hand claps); Paulinho Da Costa (percussion); Becky Lopez, Howard Hewett, Janet Jackson, Julia Waters, La Toya Jackson, Maxine Willard Waters, Oren Waters, Bunny Hull (background vocals).
Audio Mixer: Bruce Swedien.
Audio Remasterer: Bernie Grundman.
Recording information: Westlake studios.
Editor: Stuart Brawley.
Photographers: Stephen Vaughan; Dick Zimmerman; Sam Emerson; Ralph Nelson; Lester Cohen.
Arrangers: David Paich; James Ingram ; Quincy Jones; Rod Temperton; Steve Lukather; Steve Porcaro.
Personnel includes: Michael Jackson (vocals, percussion); Paul McCartney (vocals); Vincent Price (spoken vocals); Steve Lukather (guitar, bass); Eddie Van Halen, Dean Parks, Paul Jackson (guitar); Larry Williams (flute, saxophone); Jerry Hey (trumpet, flugelhorn); Bill Reichenbach (trombone); David Paich (piano, synthesizer); Greg Phillinganes (Fender Rhodes piano, synthesizer, programming); Steve Porcaro (synthesizer, programming); David Foster, Rod Temperton (synthesizer); Tom Bahler (Synclavier); Louis Johnson (bass); Ndugu Chancler, Jeff Porcaro (drums); Paulinho Da Costa (percussion); Brian Banks (programming); LaToya Jackson, Julia Waters, Maxine Waters, Oren Waters, Becky Lopez, Janet Jackson (background vocals).
Greatest Hits 1970-2002 CDs (2002) Top Seller
Song Review: A Greatest Hits Collection songs Initial pressings of this first edition contain a bonus disc.
Recorded between 1970 & 2002. Includes liner notes by Paul Gambaccini.
Greatest Hits 1970-2002 is a nearly flawless double-disc set commemorating Elton John's three-decade career. Disc one features what may arguably be John's most essential work: Seeing songs such as "Saturday Night's Alright for Fighting," "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road," "Candle in the Wind," and "Bennie and the Jets" -- not to mention "Your Song," "Rocket Man," and "Tiny Dancer" -- lined up back to back reaffirms just how diverse, and yet universal, his songwriting talent is. Disc two finds this talent maturing gracefully into the '80s, '90s, and beyond, touching on pop gems like "Don't Go Breaking My Heart," "I'm Still Standing," and "I Guess That's Why They Call It the Blues" as well as his Lion King classic "Can You Feel the Love Tonight?" and the Aida duet "Written in the Stars" with LeAnn Rimes. The collection also finds room for the highlights of his most recent albums, including Made in England's "Believe" and "Blessed," The Big Picture's "Something About the Way You Look Tonight," and Songs from the West Coast's "This Train Don't Stop Here Anymore." For most casual fans, Greatest Hits 1970-2002 will replace the need for collections such as Greatest Hits, Greatest Hits, Vol. 2, and Greatest Hits, Vol. 3, although these collections are still worthwhile as of-their-time retrospectives of John's work. ~ Heather Phares
All tracks have been digitally remastered.
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Song Review: A Greatest Hits Collection CD music Many Stylistics collections are good, but this one features their biggest and best hits, including "I'm Stone in Love with You," "Rockin' Roll Baby," "Betcha by Golly, Wow," and "You Make Me Feel Brand New." ~ Cub Koda
The Stylistics include: Russell Thompkins Jr. (vocals); Airrion Love, James Smith, Herbie Murrell, James Dunn.
Producers: Marty Bell, Bill Perry, Hugo, Luigi, Thom Bell.
Ladies & Gentlemen: The Best of George Michael CDs (1998) Top Seller
Song Review: A Greatest Hits Collection buy CD music Though he made his initial mark on music history as half of the unctuous British duo Wham, George Michael wasted little time in proving himself more than just a pretty pop face. This comprehensive two-disc compilation documents the career of a man who was able to successfully meld pop, R&B and serious, introspective balladry without ever losing sight of the all-important groove and hook.
Thankfully, LADIES AND GENTLEMEN doesn't skimp on tracks from Michael's classic solo debut, and tracks like Bo Diddley beat-driven "Faith" and the lusty, Prince-like "I Want Your Sex" sound as fresh as ever. Later cuts show Michael's maturation as both a vocalist and songwriter, and collaborations with Elton John and bossa nova legend Astrud Gilberto serve to emphasize the wide stylistic range Michael is capable of traversing.
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Personnel includes: George Michael, Toby Bourket, Elton John, Aretha Franklin, Queen.
Producers include: George Michael, Jon Douglas.
Personnel includes: George Michael, Elton John, Astrud Gilberto, Aretha Franklin, Queen.
Producers: George Michael, Jon Douglas, Narada Michael Walden, Queen.
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Song Review: A Greatest Hits Collection songs The title may not be 100-percent accurate, since the songs here are culled from Franklin's soul years, roughly between 1967 and 1974, and she's had lots more hits since then. That nit picked, however, this is a genuine embarrassment of riches, with Aretha's soaring voice and under-appreciated piano decorating one wonderful genre-defining song ("Respect," "Chain of Fools," "Natural Woman," "Since You've Been Gone") after another. The most revelatory cut is probably "I Say a Little Prayer," in which Franklin imbues the song with a spine-tingling gospel flavor without ever losing the pop delicacy of the original Dionne Warwick version. But just about everything else here is essential listening.
Includes liner notes by Norma Edwards.
Compilation producer: Kim Cooke.
Producers: Jerry Wexler, Tom Dowd, Arif Mardin, Aretha Franklin, Curtis Mayfield.
Compilation producers: Norma Edwards, David Nathan.
Personnel: Aretha Franklin (vocals, piano, background vocals); Cissy Houston, Ellie Greenwich (vocals); Chips Moman, Cornell Dupree, Jimmy Johnson , David Spinozza, Duane Allman, Eddie Hinton, Hugh McCracken, Jerry Weaver, Charlie Freeman (guitar); Don Arnone (acoustic guitar); Joe Farrell (flute, tenor saxophone); Hubert Laws (flute); King Curtis (brass); The Memphis Horns (horns); Spooner Oldham (electric piano); Kenneth Lupper, Richard Tee (organ); Donny Hathaway, Jim Dickinson, Mike Utley, Barry Beckett, Billy Preston (keyboards); Kenneth Bichel (synthesizer); Al Jackson, Jr. , Ray Lucas, Rick Marotta, Roger Hawkins, Bernard "Pretty" Purdie, Sammy Creason (drums); Pancho Morales (congas); Dr. John, Robert "Pops" Popwell (percussion); Erma Franklin, The Sweethearts of Soul, Carolyn Franklin (background vocals).
Liner Note Author: Larry LeBlanc.
Director: James Cleveland.
Unknown Contributor Roles: Eric Clapton; Joe South; King Curtis.
Personnel includes: Aretha Franklin (vocals, piano); Chips Moman, Jimmy Johnson, Eddie Hinton, Jerry Weaver, Charlie Freeman, Hugh McCracken, Cornell Dupree, Don Arnone, David Spinozza (guitar); Joe Farrell (flute, tenor saxophone); Hubert Laws (flute); The Memphis Horns (horns); Spooner Oldham (electric piano, organ); Richard Tee, Ken Lupper (organ); Barry Beckett, Jim Dickinson, Mike Utley, Donny Hathaway (keyboards); Kenneth Bichel (synthesizer); Tommy Cogbill, David Hood, Tommy McClure, Eric Gale, Chuck Rainey (bass), Roger Hawkins, Sammy Creason, Al Jackson, Ray Lucas, Bernard Purdie, Rick Marotta (drums); Pancho Morales (congas); Robert Popwell, Doctor John, Ralph MacDonald (percussion); Erma Franklin, Carolyn Franklin, The Sweet Inspirations, The Sweethearts Of Soul, The Southern California Community Choir (background vocals); Joe South.
Producers: Jerry Wexler, Tom Dowd, Arif Mardin, Aretha Franklin, Quincy Jones.
Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow: The Greatest Hits CD (1997)
Song Review: A Greatest Hits Collection album for sale This retrospective album is a must-have for Kenny Loggins fans, providing highlights from his illustrious, twenty-year career. GREATEST HITS includes songs compiled from thirteen albums, including several film soundtracks and one forthcoming album, THE UNIMAGINABLE LIFE. From the heartfelt ballad "Whenever I Call You 'Friend,'" sung with Stevie Nicks, to the delightfully simple tribute to childhood and Winnie the Pooh, "House at Pooh Corner," nearly every song here is intensely familiar. Who could forget the '80s anthem "Footloose," or the light, funky "This is It," equally evocative of an earlier era? More recent recordings like "Conviction of the Heart" and "The Real Thing" embrace his deep involvement in the environmental movement and fatherhood, and are perhaps the most resonant and moving songs on the album.
Includes liner notes by Kenny Loggins.
Engineers include: Jack Ruben, Juan Garza.
Personnel: Kenny Loggins (acoustic guitar); Gary Chapman , Amy Grant (vocals); Bob Mann (guitar, mandolin); Terry Wilson (guitar, synthesizer); Chris Rodriguez, Dan Huff, Dann Huff, Dave Darling, David Pack, Mike Hamilton, Richie Zito, Steve Lukather, Tim Pierce, Howard "Buzz" Feiten (guitar); Dean Parks, Paul Jackson, Jr. (acoustic guitar); Guy Thomas (electric guitar); David Lindley (slide guitar); Brian Mann (accordion); Everette Harp, David Woodford (saxophone); David Foster (piano, grand piano, keyboards); Michael McDonald (piano, Fender Rhodes piano); Robbie Buchanan (piano, keyboards); Greg Phillinganes (piano); Steve Wood (keyboards, synthesizer, background vocals); John Barnes, Neil Larsen (keyboards); Giorgio Moroder, Peter Schless, Anthony Marinelli, Stu Goldberg, Brian Banks (synthesizer); Michael Boddicker (bass synthesizer, percussion); Freddie "Ready Freddie" Washington (fretless bass); Michael Baird (drums, snare drum); Tris Imboden (drums, percussion); Dennis Conway, Carlos Vega (drums); Paulinho Da Costa (congas, percussion); Munyungo Jackson, Bill Summers (bata, djembe, shekere, caxixi); Lenny Castro, Peter Asher (percussion); Richey Washington, Gary Falcone, Marilyn Dorman, Joe Pizzulo, Joey Diggs, Kate Price, Lamont VanHook, Richard Page, Steve George, Terry Nelson, Bobbie Eakes (background vocals).
Directors: Nyna-Shannon Anderson; Arnold McCuller.
Photographer: Carl Studna.
Arrangers: John Barnes; Kenny Loggins.
Personnel includes: Kenny Loggins (vocals, acoustic & electric guitars); Paul Jackson, Jr. (acoustic guitar); David Lindley (electric slide guitar); Buzz Feiten, Dan Huff, Steve Lukather, Tim Pierce (guitar); Brian Mann (accordion); David Woodford (saxophone); David Foster (piano, keyboards); Robbie Buchanan, Greg Phillinganes (piano); Michael McDonald (Rhodes piano); Neil Larsen, Steve Wood, John Barnes (keyboards); Brian Banks, Stu Goldberg (synthesizer); Nathan East, Derek Jackson, Mike Hamilton, Freddie Washington (bass); Dennis Conway, Michael Baird (drums); Paulinho Da Costa, Lenny Castro (percussion); Stevie Nicks, Steve Perry, Amy Grant, Joe Pizzulo, Richard Page, Kate Price (background vocals).
Producers include: Kenny Loggins, David Pack, Phil Ramone, David Foster, Giorgio Moroder, Bruce Botnick.
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