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Journey: The Very Best of Donna Summer album for sale by Donna Summer Vocals was released Sep 30, 2003 on the UTV label. Initial pressings of THE JOURNEY included a bonus CD featuring 12" remixes. As one of the few performers from the disco era to have a career beyond one-hit wonder status, Donna Summer has continued forward on her creative path well into the 1990s, necessitating the release of the two-disc THE JOURNEY: THE VERY BEST OF DONNA SUMMER. Summer neophytes will get their share of this diva's classic '70s fare including soft-core anthems ("Love to Love You Baby"), streetwalker tributes ("Bad Girls"), erstwhile Jimmy Webb covers ("Macarthur Park") and songs that became ubiquitously associated with proms and weddings ("Last Dance"). Journey: The Very Best of Donna Summer CD music contains a single disc with 25 songs. ...See Full Description
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||Good but could be better|
I can't believe "Sunset People" is not on it!?
By paul.lemonidis (London)
||the queen defends her throne|
i know you're thinking-oh yet another greatest hits package-but this one is special-not only for new tracks not found on previous compilations-but two new songs-all remastered-and a killer bonus disc with 2 classics-and 2 soon to be classics.
By a reviewer (los angeles ca)
||nice to listen to.|
when i got the cd, i played it right away and even my friend really like it she said they were her favorites song and she like Donna Summer since it was her time, so i let her listen to it as much as she wants, and for me i just love to listen to every different kind of artist and Donna is one of my favorite.
By joeyfaith (toronto,ontario)
||Another Great Pack|
for those who are not hard fans this is a great pack, includes 20 songs, not all her great songs, but good part of them, for those who are big fans there are 2 great new songs that worths the album.
By a reviewer (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
This is great music and I enjoyed it every bit as much as I did when it was during the Disco era.
By katelundgren (Crest Hill, Illinois)
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Diana Ross & The Supremes made history: an unprecedented five No. 1 hits in a row, 12 in total in the Sixties. In the Seventies, the group and Miss Ross went their separate ways. The Supremes, with Jean Terrell in the lead, hit No. 1 with Stoned Love. Diana Ross claimed the top spot as a solo artist on various charts nine more times on Motown. In fact, Miss Ross has sung lead on 18 No. 1 Pop hits, second only to The Beatles at 20. The Guinness Book of World Records has also recognized Diana as the most successful female artist of all time, with more than 70 hit singles to date. This new collection of No. 1's covers the full range of Motown excitement, 24 songs spotlighting two of the most influential stars of two decades: Diana Ross and The Supremes! `Diana Ross & The Supremes: The No. 1's' features newly mastered mixes of the classic Supremes hits, direct from the Motown session tapes, for the best fidelity in any Supremes and/or Diana Ross collection ever!
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Recording information: Unit Four Productions, London, England.
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