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Midnight Train To Georgia: The Best Of Gladys Knight

Gladys Knight

Midnight Train To Georgia: The Best Of Gladys Knight

Gladys Knight

Midnight Train To Georgia: The Best Of Gladys Knight

Release information

Release information

Label: Music Club Deluxe • Format: CD • Date: 24/09/2007 Cat#: MCDLX061 • Barcode: 5014797670617 • Genre: R&B and Soul

Track Listing

  1. Where Peaceful Waters Flow
  2. Midnight Train To Georgia
  3. I’ve Got To Use My Imagination
  4. Best Thing That Ever Happened To Me
  5. On And On
  6. I Feel A Song (In My Heart)
  7. Love Finds Its Own Way
  8. The Way We Were - Try To Remember
  9. Money
  10. Part Time Love
  11. Make Yours A Happy Home
  12. So Sad The Song
  13. Nobody But You
  14. Baby Don’t Change Your Mind
  15. Home Is Where The Heart Is
  16. Sorry Doesn’t Always Make It Right
  17. The One And Only
  18. Come Back And Finish What You Started
  1. It’s A Better Than Good Time
  2. I’m Coming Home Again
  3. Am I Too Late
  4. The Best Thing We Can Do Is Say Goodbye
  5. Landlord
  6. Taste Of Bitter Love
  7. Bourgie Bourgie
  8. Forever Yesterday (For The Children)
  9. If That’ll Make You Happy
  10. I Will Fight
  11. A Friend Of Mine
  12. Save The Overtime (For Me)
  13. You’re Number One (In My Book)
  14. Hero
  15. When You’re Far Away
  16. My Time
  17. Keep Givin’ Me Love
  18. Till I See You Again
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About this release

To say that Gladys Knight & the Pips are soul music legends is no exaggeration. Reference to the Top R&B [Billboard] Singles 1942-1999 publication shows the group listed at #8 in the chart of the top 500 most successful R&B artists across that time span. And it is not just in their native USA where their presence has been felt as this 36-track set demonstrates with numerous chart hits on both sides of the Atlantic between June 1973 and the end of 1985.

A comprehensive 2CD introduction to this legendary artists’ ‘70s and 80’s recordings. Features 7 UK top 30’s and 21 US Billboard R&B top 30’s. Compilation and sleevenotes by David Cole (Editor of In The Basement magazine).