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25 All Time Greatest Hits [Maxine Brown]


  • 1. Oh No, Not My Baby
    2. Yesterday's Kisses
    3. One Step at a Time
    4. Coming Back to You
    5. One in a Million
    6. All in My Mind
    7. Gotta Find a Way
    8. Little Girl Lost
    9. I Wonder What My Baby's Doing Tonight
    10. If You Gotta Make a Fool of Somebody
    11. Funny
    12. Ask Me
    13. You Upset My Soul
    14. It's Gonna Be Alright
    15. You're in Love
    16. Let Me Give You My Lovin'
    17. Anything You Do Is Alright
    18. Baby Cakes - (previously unreleased)
    19. Put Yourself in My Place
    20. I Cry Alone
    21. Secret of Living, The
    22. I Don't Need You No More
    23. Soul Serenade
    24. Slipping Through My Fingers - (previously unreleased)
    25. Since I Found You
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 066378

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    Compilation producers: Cary E. Mansfield, Bill Dahl.
    Recorded between 1961 & 1967. Includes liner notes by Bill Dahl.
    All tracks have been digitally remastered.
    Liner Note Author: Bill Dahl.
    There was more than one Maxine Brown greatest-hits collection prior to this 2002 release, and no doubt there will be others in the future. On its own merits, though, it does a good job of assembling her best-known material, focusing on her mid-'60s recordings for Wand, which yielded the bulk of her best and highest-selling sides. One small advantage this does have over prior collections, such as Kent's fine Oh No Not My Baby: The Best of Maxine Brown, is that it does include her two key pre-Wand hits released on Nomar in 1961, in their original versions: "All in My Mind" and "Funny" (the versions on Oh No Not My Baby are later re-recordings). Otherwise, it's mostly top of the line mid-'60s pop-soul, including her biggest and best singles of the era: "Oh No Not My Baby," "Ask Me," "One Step at a Time," and "It's Gonna Be Alright," as well as good non-hits like "One in a Million," "Gotta Find a Way," "Put Yourself in My Place," and "Since I Found You." There aren't any of her recordings with Chuck Jackson, which might miff some fans, as some of those singles charted. But really, those duets weren't up to the standard of her best solo work, so it's not a significant flaw in focus. It's not a major gaffe, but two songs identified as previously unissued -- "Baby Cakes" and "Slipping Through My Fingers," both bearing the songwriting credit of Otis Redding -- have in fact shown up on previous Brown compilations, the first on Oh No Not My Baby, the second on Tomato's Maxine Brown's Greatest Hits. ~ Richie Unterberger

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