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Automatic: The Best Of Pointer Sisters

Pointer Sisters

Automatic: The Best Of Pointer Sisters

Pointer Sisters

Automatic: The Best Of  Pointer Sisters

Release information

Release information

Label: Music Club Deluxe • Format: CD • Date: 23/06/2017 Cat#: MCDLX231 • Barcode: 5014797672314 • Genre: Pop, R&B and Soul

Track Listing

  1. Fire
  2. Nothin' But A Heartache
  3. Lay It On The Line
  4. Come And Get Your Love
  5. Happiness
  6. Where Did The Time Go
  7. Movin' On
  8. He's So Shy
  9. Slow Hand
  10. Someday We'll Be Together (UK Single Edit)
  11. What A Surprise
  12. Should I Do It
  13. American Music
  14. I'm So Excited
  15. I Feel For You
  16. Heart To Heart
  17. If You Wanna Get Back Your Lady
  18. Nightline
  1. I Need You (Single Mix)
  2. Happy
  3. Automatic
  4. Jump (For My Love) (Single Remix)
  5. Neutron Dance (Single Version)
  6. Baby Come and Get It
  7. Dare Me (Hot New Remix)
  8. Freedom (Single Version)
  9. Twist My Arm (Single Version)
  10. Back In My Arms
  11. Goldmine
  12. All I Know Is The Way I Feel (Single Mix)
  13. Mercury Rising (Single Remix)
  14. He Turned Me Out (Extended Radio Version)
  15. I'm In Love (Single Edit)
  16. Power Of Persuasion
  17. Jump (For My Love) (12” Long Version)
  18. Automatic (12" Special Remix)
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About this release

The sibling group ‘Pointer Sisters’ have a career spanning four decades, with most of their success coming in the 70s and 80s. Their music is so diverse it can be difficult to pin a specific genre on them. Their repertoire has included such diverse genres as pop, disco, jazz, electronic music, bebop, blues, soul, funk, dance, country and rock. Even winning a Grammy Award for best Country Vocal Performance. This collection combines the most popular hits from their Planet Records / RCA days. The group, albeit in varying line-ups, still tours today.

Contains all the hit singles, remixes and disco versions.
Sleeve notes by Christian John Wikane. Christian John Wikane is a NYC-based writer and music essayist. He is also a Contributing Editor for PopMatters.