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The Ultimate Collection

Label: Epic Records
Released: 2011
Track listing: Your Love Is King; Smooth Operator; Hang On to Your Love; The Sweetest Taboo; Is It A Crime; Never As Good As the First Time; Jezebel; Love is Stronger Than Pride; Paradise; Nothing Can Come Between Us; No Ordinary Love; Kiss of Life; Feel No Pain; Bullet Proof Soul; Cherish the Day; Pearls; By Your Side; Immigrant; Flow; King of Sorrow; The Sweetest Gift; Soldier of Love; The Moon and the Sky; Babyfather; Still In Love With You; Love Is Found; I Would Never Have Guessed; The Moon and the Sky (remix featuring Jay-Z); By Your Side (Neptune's Remix).

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Sade: The Ultimate Collection

Read "The Ultimate Collection" reviewed by Jeff Winbush

Did the world really need a new Sade “best of" album? Possibly, since it has been 17 years two albums of new material since The Best of Sade (Epic,1994). The timing of The Ultimate Collection is in no small part related to the fact Sade is off on her first world tour in a decade; since ...

Soldier Of Love

Label: Epic Records
Released: 2010
Track listing: The Moon and The Sky; Soldier of Love; Morning Bird; Babyfather; Long Hard Road; Be That Easy; Bring Me Home; In Another Time; Skin; The Safest Place.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Sade: Soldier of Love

Read "Soldier of Love" reviewed by Jeff Winbush

The best thing about Sade Adu is also the worst thing about Sade Adu: her near fanatical commitment to consistency. There's no difference between vintage Sade and contemporary Sade. She's the antithesis of the snowfall cliché: with Sade you always know exactly what you're going to get.Soldier of Love is Sade's first album in ...

Silver's Blue

Label: Epic Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: Silver's Blue; To Beat or Not to Beat; How Long Has This Been Going On?; I'll Know; Shoutin' Out; Hank's Tune; The Night Has a Thousand Eyes.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Horace Silver: Silver's Blue

Read "Silver's Blue" reviewed by Samuel Chell

Horace Silver has always been an effective, if limited, catch-phrase soloist, an exemplary hard bop accompanist, and a brilliant miniaturist as a composer, contributing pieces that continue to surface and surprise with their inventive, irresistible melodies and inviting harmonic progressions. Unfortunately, the popular and critical success Silver realized with 1964's Song for My Father led to ...

Silver's Blue

Label: Epic Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: Silver's Blue; To Beat or Not to Beat; How Long Has This Been Going On?; I'll Know; Shoutin' Out; Hank's Tune; The Night Has a Thousand Eyes.

Legs to Make Us Longer

Label: Epic Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: Frame, Playing With Pink Noise, Ingots, Doing The Wrong Thing, Solipsist, Neanderthal, Can The Gwot Save Us?, Lies, All The Landslides Birds Have Seen Since The Beginning Of The World, My Insect Life

The Season

Label: Epic Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: This Christmas; Merry Christmas Darling; The Man with the Bag; Moonlight in Vermont; Sleigh Ride; Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas; I Love the Winter Weather/I've Got My Love to Keep Me Warm; The Christmas Waltz; I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day; Santa Claus is Coming to Town; My Grown-up Christmas List.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Horace Silver: Silver's Blue

Read "Silver's Blue" reviewed by Jim Santella

Recorded in July of 1956, Silver's Blue expresses the true meaning of the blues. Hank Mobley, Donald Byrd, and Joe Gordon “sing out" with a spirit true to the form as pianist Horace Silver sculpts Jazz Messenger empathy from his quintets. Half of the session comes from the leader's composing pen, “Hank's Tune" comes ...


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