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Luther Vandross: Greatest Hits

Review From the dance floor to the boudoir, these are the sweet, tender hits that make men and women move, including Power of Love/Love Power; Here and Now; Stop to Love; Don't Want to Be a Fool; Any Love; There's Nothing Better Than Love (with Gregory Hines); Never Too Much; How Many Times Can We Say Goodbye (with Dionne Warwick), and six more-nearly two hours of LV's finest!
Playlist: The Very Best Of Teddy Pendergrass

Review The best-of-Luther thing has been done a couple of times before, but Greatest Hits lays it down well. The single-disc format means that one of your favorites might not be here, but among the well-chosen gems present are "Never Too Much," "A House Is Not a Home," "So Amazing," and "Any Love." Vandross, of course, was the reigning king of '80s R&B romance; while he was never as troubled as Marvin Gaye or as downright eccentric as Al Green, he did have that voice. Before hip-hop split the audience generationally, it was the favored accompaniment to seduction for many fans, whose number grew even greater when 1986's "Stop to Love" pushed him through the pop-crossover barrier once and for all. Greatest Hits summarizes the days when he ruled the world. --Rickey Wright
Barry White : All-Time Greatest Hits

Review The Ultimate Luther Vandross brings together all of his major hits, featuring 2 new songs previously unreleased anywhere, "Shine" and "Got You Home," as well as recently discovered gems from Vandross's early sessions with J Records.
The Best of Anita Baker

Review BE SURE TO CHECK OUT MY STORE AS I WILL BE FEATURING RARE JAZZ AND BOX SETS FROM MY PERSNAL COLLECTION! !********please note that this CD has been throughly inspected for quality before shipping THERE ARE NO RETURNS ON BOX SETS OR BLUE NOTE SERIES!!!**************
The Best Of Gerald Levert

Review The classiest of R&B's lover men, Luther Vandross eschews the sweaty soul intensity of his predecessors for a silky-smooth sound that achieves its romantic aims nonetheless. In the hands of a lesser artist, Vandross's narrow focus on love songs would seem restrictive, but he somehow finds endlessly entertaining ways of conveying simple messages like "I love you," "I miss you," and "Why did you leave me?" The Best of Love is just that--a 20-song retrospective that clocks Vandross's brilliant career through its first decade, including such gems as his gorgeous reworking of the Bacharach-David chestnut "A House Is Not a Home," Smokey Robinson's "Since I Lost My Baby," and his own early hit "Never Too Much." Vandross was a staple on the R&B charts throughout the '80s, but the set culminates with "Here and Now," his 1989 crossover smash. Since then, Luther has belonged to everyone; this set shows it should have been that way all along. --Daniel Durchholz
Greatest Hits

Review This 90 minute DVD features Luther Vandross, live at London's Wembley Arena. Songs include "Never Too Much," "Stop to Love," "Superstar," more.
The Ultimate Luther Vandross

Review A 2-CD, 30-track love story by R&B's master storyteller! From funky dance tracks to sultry ballads, from his 1981 debut Never Too Much to his duets with Janet Jackson ( The Best Things in Life Are Free ) and Mariah Carey ( Endless Love ), all his best are here: Never Too Much; Superstar; Give Me the Reason; Any Love; So Amazing; Wait for Love; Here and Now; Creepin' , and more!
The Very Best of Ashford & Simpson

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The Ultimate O'Jays

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Ultimate Collection

Review THE BEST ALBUMS FROM SOME OF THE MOST LEGENDARY ARTISTS IN MUSIC HISTORY.
5 classic CDs in one Bundle! Features titles from all genres, including country, pop, blues and rock and includes superstar artists such as Johnny Cash, Journey, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Celine Dion and more! All albums held in 5x5 minjackets featuring reproductions of original album art.
Every Great Motown Hit [Remastered]

Review From the dance floor to the boudoir, these are the sweet, tender hits that make men and women move, including Power of Love/Love Power; Here and Now; Stop to Love; Don't Want to Be a Fool; Any Love; There's Nothing Better Than Love (with Gregory Hines); Never Too Much; How Many Times Can We Say Goodbye (with Dionne Warwick), and six more-nearly two hours of LV's finest!
The Ultimate Luther Vandross

Review The best-of-Luther thing has been done a couple of times before, but Greatest Hits lays it down well. The single-disc format means that one of your favorites might not be here, but among the well-chosen gems present are "Never Too Much," "A House Is Not a Home," "So Amazing," and "Any Love." Vandross, of course, was the reigning king of '80s R&B romance; while he was never as troubled as Marvin Gaye or as downright eccentric as Al Green, he did have that voice. Before hip-hop split the audience generationally, it was the favored accompaniment to seduction for many fans, whose number grew even greater when 1986's "Stop to Love" pushed him through the pop-crossover barrier once and for all. Greatest Hits summarizes the days when he ruled the world. --Rickey Wright
Luther Vandross: Greatest Hits

Review The Ultimate Luther Vandross brings together all of his major hits, featuring 2 new songs previously unreleased anywhere, "Shine" and "Got You Home," as well as recently discovered gems from Vandross's early sessions with J Records.
The Best of Anita Baker

Review BE SURE TO CHECK OUT MY STORE AS I WILL BE FEATURING RARE JAZZ AND BOX SETS FROM MY PERSNAL COLLECTION! !********please note that this CD has been throughly inspected for quality before shipping THERE ARE NO RETURNS ON BOX SETS OR BLUE NOTE SERIES!!!**************
Barry White : All-Time Greatest Hits

Review The classiest of R&B's lover men, Luther Vandross eschews the sweaty soul intensity of his predecessors for a silky-smooth sound that achieves its romantic aims nonetheless. In the hands of a lesser artist, Vandross's narrow focus on love songs would seem restrictive, but he somehow finds endlessly entertaining ways of conveying simple messages like "I love you," "I miss you," and "Why did you leave me?" The Best of Love is just that--a 20-song retrospective that clocks Vandross's brilliant career through its first decade, including such gems as his gorgeous reworking of the Bacharach-David chestnut "A House Is Not a Home," Smokey Robinson's "Since I Lost My Baby," and his own early hit "Never Too Much." Vandross was a staple on the R&B charts throughout the '80s, but the set culminates with "Here and Now," his 1989 crossover smash. Since then, Luther has belonged to everyone; this set shows it should have been that way all along. --Daniel Durchholz
James Ingram - The Greatest Hits: Power of Great Music

Review This 90 minute DVD features Luther Vandross, live at London's Wembley Arena. Songs include "Never Too Much," "Stop to Love," "Superstar," more.
Dance With My Father

Review A 2-CD, 30-track love story by R&B's master storyteller! From funky dance tracks to sultry ballads, from his 1981 debut Never Too Much to his duets with Janet Jackson ( The Best Things in Life Are Free ) and Mariah Carey ( Endless Love ), all his best are here: Never Too Much; Superstar; Give Me the Reason; Any Love; So Amazing; Wait for Love; Here and Now; Creepin' , and more!
The Best Of Gerald Levert

Review CD
Live At Radio City Music H

Review DVD.
The Night I Fell In Love

Review THE BEST ALBUMS FROM SOME OF THE MOST LEGENDARY ARTISTS IN MUSIC HISTORY.
5 classic CDs in one Bundle! Features titles from all genres, including country, pop, blues and rock and includes superstar artists such as Johnny Cash, Journey, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Celine Dion and more! All albums held in 5x5 minjackets featuring reproductions of original album art.

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