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Greatest Hits & Rare Classics [Brenda Holloway]

  • 1. Every Little Bit Hurt
    2. Who's Lovin' You
    3. When I'm Gone
    4. Just Look What You've Done
    5. You've Made Me So Very Happy
    6. Hurt a Little Everyday
    7. Starting the Hurt All Over Again
    8. How Many Times Did You Mean It
    9. Operator
    10. I'll Always Love You
    11. Unchained Melody
    12. I'll Be Available
    13. I've Been Good to You
    14. Where Were You
    15. You Can Cry on My Shoulder
    16. Favor For a Girl (With a Love Sick Heart)
    17. I've Got to Find It
    18. Together till the End of Time
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 5544712

  • Credits

    When first packaged, this 18-track Brenda Holloway collection was definitely definitive. It features the bulk of Holloway's Motown releases, save a few, and includes strong B-sides like "I've Got to Find It." However, A Cellar Full of Motown (2002) features some excellent previously unreleased Holloway tracks, glossed by a melting read of "Who You Gonna Run To," the old Temptations album track (Gettin' Ready), and has reduced this assemblage from best to good. But it's still the finest collection of Holloway's releases available -- that is, when it's available. "Every Little Bit Hurts" maintains its melancholy grip and "You've Made Me So Very Happy" sounds like the million-seller that wasn't. She glows on four Smokey Robinson tunes as well as "A Favor for a Girl (With a Love Sick Heart)," Kay and Helen Lewis' "Where Were You," and "I'll Always Love You." The definitive Brenda Holloway collection will contain these tracks and a good scoop of those previously unreleased nuggets. ~ Andrew Hamilton

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