The Definitive Collection
 : The Definitive Collection

by: Lionel Richie

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Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: Audio CD
Brand: Unknown
EAN: 0044006814025
Edition: Rmst ed.
Feature: Shrink-wrapped
Item Dimensions: 4748822559
Label: Motown Records
Languages: EnglishPublishedSpanishUnknown
Manufacturer: Motown Records
Model: 2003362
MPN: 1685216
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 2
Publication Date: February 04, 2003
Publisher: Motown Records
Release Date: February 04, 2003
Studio: Motown Records

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Disc 1:
  1. Hello
  2. Just To Be Close To You
  3. Easy
  4. Running With The Night
  5. Three Times A Lady
  6. Still
  7. All Night Long (All Night)
  8. Endless Love
  9. Truly
  10. Penny Lover
  11. You Are
  12. Sail On
  13. Stuck On You
  14. Say You, Say Me
  15. Dancing On The Ceiling
  16. Do It To Me
  17. Ballerina Girl
  18. Angel
  19. To Love A Woman
  20. Goodbye
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
The first comprehensive collection of Lionel's biggest Commodores and solo hits-plus two new tracks (including To Love a Woman with Enrique Iglesias)! Commodores classics like Easy; Still , and Three Times a Lady join Endless Love (with Diana Ross); Truly; Say You, Say Me; Hello; Dancing on the Ceiling; All Night Long (All Night); Penny Lover , and more!
After mounting successes with the Commodores during the late '70s, Lionel Richie exploded into one of the biggest stars of the '80s, then enigmatically disappeared from the music business for nearly a decade. Fourteen of the tracks on this 20-track anthology (which also includes a five-cut bonus disc compiled by Richie) topped the charts, ample testimony to Richie's remarkable success in shifting from the Commodores' roots in the Smokey Robinson and Marvin Gaye Motown to a pioneering career as a crossover balladeer. His willful drift to the middle of the road found that its yellow line was nothing but gold. This collection charts the singer's upbeat successes with his former band, segues gracefully into the ballads and party-lite sensibility that made him such an unlikely '80s icon, and touches on his late-'90s reemergence. A newly recorded duet with Enrique Iglesias on "To Love a Woman" suggests that the elder popmeister hasn't lost his touch; indeed, his voice seems more warm and soulful than ever. --Jerry McCulley

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