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James Ingram - Greatest Hits / The Power Of Great Music flac album
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Greatest Hits / The Power Of Great Music
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Ballad, Theme, Rhythm & Blues, Soul, Vocal
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1333 mb
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4.3 ✪

Greatest Hits - The Power Of Great Music (Warner 26700) Genre.

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Ingram provided the vocals to "Just Once" and "One Hundred Ways" on Quincy Jones's 1981 album The Dude, which earned Ingram triple Grammy nominations, including Best New Artist. One Hundred Ways" won him the Grammy Award for Best Male R&B Vocal Performance for his work  . - - The Greatest Hits: The Power of Great Music.

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Wilco‘s great leap forward was a mix of rock tradition, electronics, oddball rhythms and experimental gestures. Jeff Tweedy’s lyrics pitted hope against doubt, with all bets off. Listen here. King’s first album for the Stax label combines his hard, unflashy guitar playing with the sleek sound of the label’s house band, Booker T. and the MG’s. Hits such as Crosscut Saw and Laundromat Blues earned King a new rock & roll audience. Built around the proto power ballad Beth, this is a ridiculously over-the-top party-rock album that just gets better with age.

Greatest hits retrospectives are more than just stocking-fillers; they sell in their millions. To celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Official Albums Chart, we reveal the greatest of the greatest – the hits collections that sold the most. Queen – Greatest Hits. Can there be anyone left in the UK who doesn't know a Queen song? Even young whippersnappers will know We Are The Champions and We Will Rock You, right? Right. And they're just two of the tracks you will find on this, the bestselling hits album of all time. Packed with huge hits, including million-selling Bohemian Rhapsody,.

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Covering his prime stretch from the late '50s through the early '70s, 20 All-Time Greatest Hits! includes early R&B milestones ("Please, Please, Please"), epochal '60s sides ("Papa's Got a Brand New Bag, Pt. 1"), and latter-day funk classics ("Papa Don't Take No Mess, Pt. 1").

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 James Ingram Where Did My Heart Go?
Arranged By, Arranged By [Strings, Horns], Conductor, Keyboards – Thom BellBass – Marcus MillerDrums – Charles CollinsEngineer [Assistant] – Mark Gulbeault*Guitar – Carlos Rios Mixed By – Clark GermainProducer – James Ingram, Thom BellProgrammed By [Keyboards] – Wayne LinseyRecorded By – Clark GermainSynthesizer – George MerrillTimpani – Edward Shea*Written-By – Marc Shaiman
3:59
A2 James Ingram Duet With Patti Austin How Do You Keep The Music Playing?
Arranged By – David Foster, Johnny Mandel, Quincy JonesBass – Nathan EastCo-producer – Johnny MandelDrums – Leon Ndugu ChanclerGuitar – George Doering, Paul Jackson, Jr.*Mixed By – Joel MossPiano [Acoustic] – David FosterProducer – Quincy JonesProgrammed By [Synthesizer] – Steve PorcaroRecorded By – Joel MossSynthesizer – David PaichWritten-By – Alan Bergman, Marilyn Bergman, Michel LeGrand
4:16
A3 James Ingram Just Once
Arranged By [Horns] – Jerry HeyArranged By [Rhythm, Vocals] – Quincy JonesArranged By [Strings, Synthesizer] – Johnny MandelBacking Vocals – Patti AustinBass – Abraham LaborielConcertmaster – Gerald VinciDrums – John Robinson Electric Piano, Piano [Acoustic] – David FosterEngineer [Assistant] – Ed "Big Julie" Cherney*Guitar – Steve LukatherMixed By – Bruce SwedienPercussion – Paulinho Da CostaPiano [Acoustic], Synthesizer [String] – Robbie BuchananProducer – Quincy JonesProgrammed By [Synthesizer], Synthesizer – Ian UnderwoodRecorded By – Bruce SwedienSaxophone, Flute – Ernie Watts, Kim HutchcroftSynthesizer – Greg PhillinganesTrombone – Bill Reichenbach Trumpet – Chuck Findley, Jerry HeyWritten-By – Barry Mann, Cynthia Weil
4:32
A4 James Ingram Duet With Linda Ronstadt Somewhere Out There
Arranged By, Guitar – Bob MannBass – Leland SklarDrums – Russell Kunkel*Lyrics By – Cynthia WeilMixed By – George MassenburgMusic By – Barry Mann, James HornerProducer – Peter AsherProducer [Associate] – Steve TyrellProgrammed By, Keyboards – David Kitay, Guy Moon, C. Wells Christie*Recorded By – Allen Sides
3:59
A5 James Ingram I Don't Have The Heart
Arranged By, Arranged By [Horns, Strings], Bass, Conductor – Thom BellArranged By, Keyboards, Programmed By [Keyboards] – Jud FriedmanBacking Vocals – The Aquarian SingersDrums – Ricky LawsonEngineer [Assistant] – Paul EricksenGuitar – Paul Jackson*Mixed By – Winston JohnsonProducer – James Ingram, Thom BellRecorded By – Winston JohnsonWritten-By – Allan Rich, Jud Friedman
4:13
A6 James Ingram There's No Easy Way
Arranged By – David Paich, Quincy JonesBass – Abraham LaborielDrums – John Robinson Engineer [Assistant] – Greg Laney, Mark Ettle*, Ric Butz, Steve BatesMixed By – Bruce SwedienProducer – Quincy JonesProgrammed By [Synthesizer] – Steve PorcaroRecorded By – Bruce SwedienSynthesizer – David PaichWritten-By – Barry Mann
3:51
B1 James Ingram Get Ready
Arranged By, Backing Vocals, Keyboards – James IngramArranged By, Keyboards, Programmed By – Barry MannBacking Vocals – Kevin Guillaume, Ralph Hawkins*Engineer [Assistant] – Leon GranadosLyrics By – Cynthia WeilMixed By – Chris HuffordMusic By – Barry Mann, James IngramProducer – Barry Mann, James IngramRecorded By – Chris HuffordSaxophone [Solo] – Michael Paulo
4:29
B2 James Ingram Duet With Patti Austin Baby, Come To Me
Backing Vocals – James Ingram, Patti AustinBass – Eddie Watkins, Jr.*Drums – John Robinson Engineer [Assistant] – Brian Reeves, Ed "Big Julie" Cherney*, Matt ForgerGuitar – Steve LukatherKeyboards, Synthesizer – Greg PhillinganesMixed By – Bruce SwedienPercussion – Paulinho Da CostaProducer – Quincy JonesRecorded By – Bruce SwedienSynthesizer – David Foster, Michael Boddicker
3:30
B3 James Ingram One Hundred Ways
Arranged By [Horns, Strings] – Jerry HeyArranged By [Synthesizer] – Johnny MandelArranged By [Vocals] – Quincy JonesBass – Louis JohnsonDrums – John Robinson Electric Piano, Soloist [Synthesizer] – Greg PhillinganesEngineer [Assistant] – Ed "Big Julie" Cherney*Flute, Saxophone – Kim HutchcroftFlute, Saxophone, Soloist [Tenor Sax] – Ernie WattsGuitar – Steve LukatherMixed By – Bruce SwedienProducer – Quincy JonesRecorded By – Bruce SwedienSynthesizer, Programmed By [Synthesizer] – Ian UnderwoodTrombone – Bill Reichenbach Trumpet – Chuck Findley, Jerry HeyWritten-By – Ben Wright*, Kathy Wakefield, Tony Coleman
4:19
B4 James Ingram Duet With Michael McDonald Ya Mo Be There
Arranged By, Synthesizer – James Ingram, Michael McDonald, Rod TempertonArranged By, Voice [African] – Quincy JonesDrums – John Robinson Engineer [Assistant] – Greg Laney, Mark Ettle*, Ric Butz, Steve BatesMixed By – Bruce SwedienPercussion – Paulinho Da CostaProducer – Quincy JonesRecorded By – Bruce SwedienSynthesizer – Michael BoddickerWritten-By – James Ingram, Michael McDonald, Quincy Jones, Rod Temperton
4:02
B5 James Ingram Remember The Dream
Arranged By – Joe Sample, Stephanie TyrellArranged By [Background Vocal] – Andrae Crouch*, Sandra Crouch, Steve TyrellBacking Vocals – Alfie Gilas*, Andrae Crouch*, Geary Faggett, Howard McCrary, Jackie Farris, Howard Pattie*, Perry Morgan, Rose Banks, Sandra Crouch, Tata Vega, Vonciele Faggett*Bass – Freddie WashingtonDrums – John Robinson Guitar – Bob Mann, Ray Parker Jr.Mixed By – David SchoberOrgan – Michael Finnigan*Other [Production Co-ordinator] – Mark HeyesPiano [Acoustic], Synthesizer [Moog Bass] – Joe SampleProducer – Steve TyrellProgrammed By [Synthesizer] – Guy MoonRecorded By – David Hines, David SchoberSaxophone – Wilton FelderTambourine – Sandra CrouchWritten-By – Joe Sample, Stephanie Tyrell, Steve Tyrell
4:22
B6 James Ingram Whatever We Imagine
Arranged By – David Foster, Jerry HeyDrums – John Robinson Engineer [Assistant] – Greg Laney, Mark Ettel, Ric Butz, Steve BatesKeyboards, Synthesizer – David FosterLyricon – Tom ScottMixed By – Bruce SwedienPercussion – Paulinho Da CostaProducer – Quincy JonesProgrammed By [Synthesizer] – Craig Hunley*, Ian UnderwoodRecorded By – Bruce SwedienWritten-By – David Foster, Jeremy Lubbock, Paul Gordon
3:58

Credits

  • Art Direction – Jeri Heiden
  • Backing Vocals – Andrae Crouch Singers* (tracks: B5)
  • Design – Michael Diehl
  • Executive Producer – James Ingram, Thom Bell
  • Mastered By – Bernie Grundman
  • Other [Hair & Makeup] – Elbert (Snacky) Oliver
  • Other [Stylist] – Cecile Parker
  • Photography – David Roth

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 075992670043

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
9 26700-2 James Ingram Greatest Hits (The Power Of Great Music) ‎(CD, Comp) Warner Bros. Records 9 26700-2 US 1991
9 26700-2 James Ingram Greatest Hits - The Power Of Great Music ‎(CD, Comp, RP) Warner Bros. Records 9 26700-2 US Unknown
7599-26700-4 James Ingram The Best Of James Ingram / The Power Of Great Music ‎(Cass, Comp) Warner Bros. Records 7599-26700-4 Germany 1991
9 26700-4 James Ingram Greatest Hits / The Power Of Great Music ‎(Cass, Comp, DOL) Warner Bros. Records 9 26700-4 US 1991
9 26700-2 James Ingram Greatest Hits - The Power Of Great Music ‎(CD, Comp, RP) Warner Bros. Records 9 26700-2 US Unknown