CD Greatest Hits [Tony! Toni! Ton!] [CD] [1 disc] (CD 979463),
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Greatest Hits [Tony! Toni! Ton!] [CD] [1 disc]

  • 1. If I Had No Loot
    2. Boys and Girls - (Remix, remix)
    3. Annie May
    4. Blues, The
    5. Don't Fall in Love
    6. Little Walter
    7. Thinking of You
    8. Anniversary
    9. Feels Good
    10. Let's Get Down
    11. (Lay Your Head on My) Pillow
    12. It Never Rains in Southern California
    13. Baby Doll
    14. Whatever You Want
    15. My Ex-Girlfriend
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 536368

  • Credits

    Tony Toni Tone: Raphael Saadiq, D'Wayne Wiggins, Timothy Christian Riley (vocals).
    Additional personnel: AMG (rap vocals); Quik, G-One (various instruments); Rob "Fonska" Bacon (guitar).
    Producers include: Tony Toni Tone, Babyface, Denzil Foster, Thomas McElroy, Quik.
    Engineers include: Gerry Brown, Quik, Danny Alonso.
    Personnel: Robert Bacon (guitar); Quik (keyboards).
    Audio Mixers: Gerry Brown ; Ken Kessie; Bill Malina.
    Illustrator: Monica Stewart.
    Photographers: Bonnie Lewis; Enrique Badulescu; William Claxton.
    Unknown Contributor Roles: D'Wayne Wiggins; Timothy Christian Riley; Raphael Saadiq.
    From the party anthems, to braggadocio-filled street cuts, to the expertly crafted ballads, these 15 well-chosen cuts offer a nice career retrospective of Oakland's Tony Toni Tone through the trio's exceptional 1996 release, HOUSE OF MUSIC. Included are the classic party cuts "If I Had No Loot," "The Blues," and "Feels Good." Songs like "Let's Get Down" and "My Ex-Girlfiend" demonstrate the group's seamless appropriation of hip-hop. Also included is the trio's most identifiable track, "It Never Rains (In Southern California)." No Tony Toni Tone hits package would be complete without the million-dollar ballads, songs like "Anniversary" and "What Ever You Want," which served as the sonic backdrops for countless bedroom rendezvous throughout the late '80s and early '90s.

  • Critic Reviews
    Entertainment Weekly (12/12/97, p.91) - "...Their blend of contemporary grooves and retro-vintage soul paved the way for soul stirrers like D'Angelo and Maxwell....TTT pays homage to everyone from Sly Stone to Al Green, yet they imbue their sunshiny funk with a distinctive whimsy..." - Rating: A-
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