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The Very Best of Patti Austin: The Singles (1969-1986)

By on Tuesday, October 16th, 2001 in Music

The Very Best of Patti Austin: The Singles (1969-1986)

The Very Best of Patti Austin: The Singles (1969-1986)

by Patti Austin Featuring Quincy Jones, James Ingram, Charles May and Narada Michael Walden

Label/Released: Rhino Records (2001), Warner Archives (2008)
Genre: R&B, Pop/Rock
Styles: Contemporary R&B, Quiet Storm, Urban, Soul, Adult Contemporary

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Tracklist:

  1. The Family Tree
  2. Say You Love Me
  3. We’re In Love
  4. Love, I Never Had It So Good (Patti Austin feat. Quincy Jones & Charles May)
  5. Body Language
  6. Razzamatazz (Patti Austin feat Quincy Jones)
  7. Do You Love Me?
  8. Every Home Should Have One
  9. Baby, Come To Me (Patti Austin feat. James Ingram)
  10. How Do You Keep the Music Playing (Patti Austin feat. James Ingram)
  11. It’s Gonna Be Special
  12. Rhythm of the Street
  13. Shoot the Moon
  14. Gimme, Gimme, Gimme (Patti Austin feat. Narada Michael Walden)
  15. Honey For the Bees
  16. The Heat of Heat
  17. Gettin’ Away With Murder

Allmusic.com review states: “Rhino’s 2001 release The Very Best of Patti Austin: The Singles (1969-1986) lives up to the first part of its title, offering 17 songs, including all her big hits on both the pop and R&B charts. This means there’s a heavy dose of her duets — most notably two cuts with James Ingram (“Baby, Come to Me,” “How Do You Keep the Music Playing?”), but also a pair of cuts with Quincy Jones and one with Narada Michael Walden, along with all of her solo signatures. This, combined with fine remastering and song-by-song annotation from Austin herself, makes this the definitive Austin collection.” – by Stephen Thomas Erlewine.

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