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The Greatest Hits of All

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The Greatest Hits of All
Greatest hits album by George Benson
Released July 8, 2003 (2003-07-08)
Recorded 1976–1998
Genre
Length 76:51
Label
Producer
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic4.5/5 stars[1]

The Greatest Hits of All is a compilation album by American singer and guitarist George Benson, released in July 8, 2003 by Warner Bros. Records and Rhino Entertainment.[1][2] The compilation received this title for containing the greatest hits of Benson's career and also in reference to the song "The Greatest Love of All", originally recorded by Benson in 1977 especially to be the main theme of the film The Greatest, a biopic of the boxer Muhammad Ali. The song is featured on this album alongside Benson's other big hits. The songs are in chronological order, between 1976 and 1998, since "This Masquerade" and "Breezin'", including his most famous hits like "On Broadway", "Give Me the Night", "Turn Your Love Around", "Lady Love Me (One More Time)", "Kisses in the Moonlight" and others. The compilation entered the Billboard and reached number 3 on the Jazz Albums.[3] At the end of the year, the album ranked number 15 on the Top Contemporary Jazz Albums.[4] The album also ranked number 74 on R&B Albums[5] and number 138 on Billboard 200.[6]

Track listing

These are "the greatest hits of all" present in this Benson compilation:[1][2][7]

No.TitleWriter(s)Original AlbumLength
1."This Masquerade"Leon RussellBreezin'3:21
2."Breezin'"Bobby WomackBreezin'5:40
3."The Greatest Love of All"Michael Masser, Linda CreedThe Greatest soundtrack3:34
4."On Broadway"Barry Mann, Cynthia Weil,
Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller
Weekend in L.A.5:13
5."Love Ballad"Skip ScarboroughLivin' Inside Your Love4:19
6."Unchained Melody"Alex North, Hy ZaretLivin' Inside Your Love3:56
7."Give Me the Night"Rod TempertonGive Me the Night3:42
8."Love X Love"Rod TempertonGive Me the Night3:50
9."Turn Your Love Around"Bill Champlin, Jay Graydon,
Steve Lukather
The George Benson Collection3:51
10."Love All the Hurt Away" (with Aretha Franklin)Sam DeesLove All the Hurt Away4:08
11."Never Give Up on a Good Thing"Michael Garvin, Tom ShapiroThe George Benson Collection4:05
12."Being With You"Omar HakimIn Your Eyes3:54
13."Lady Love Me (One More Time)"James Newton Howard,
David Paich
In Your Eyes4:01
14."20/20"Randy Goodrum, Steve Kipner20/204:05
15."I Just Wanna Hang Around You"Cruz Sembello, Danny Sembello, John Sembello, Michael Sembello20/203:54
16."Kisses in the Moonlight"Jeffrey Cohen, Preston Glass, Narada Michael WaldenWhile the City Sleeps...3:55
17."Shiver"Preston Glass, Suzanne Valentine, Narada Michael WaldenWhile the City Sleeps...3:35
18."Let's Do It Again"Curtis MayfieldTwice the Love3:40
19."Standing Together"Steve Dubin, Manuel SealStanding Together4:08
Total length:76:51

Chart positions

Weekly charts

Personnel

Information taken from the back cover of the compilation:[1][7]

Compilation producers:

Songs producers:

Executive producer:

  • Dennis Turner

Sound producer:

Management:

  • Turner Management Group, Inc.
  • Dennis Turner
  • Stephanie Gurevitz-Gonzalez

References

  1. ^ a b c d AllMusic. "George Benson – The Greatest Hits of All (2003)". Retrieved July 7, 2018. 
  2. ^ a b Amazon. "George Benson – The Greatest Hits of All (2003)". Retrieved July 7, 2018. 
  3. ^ a b Billboard (July 26, 2003). "George Benson - Jazz Albums". Retrieved July 13, 2018. 
  4. ^ a b American Radio History (December 27, 2003). "Billboard - Top Contemporary Jazz Albums" (PDF). Retrieved July 14, 2018. 
  5. ^ a b Billboard (July 26, 2003). "George Benson - Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums". Retrieved July 13, 2018. 
  6. ^ a b Billboard (July 26, 2003). "George Benson - Billboard 200". Retrieved July 13, 2018. 
  7. ^ a b Discogs. "George Benson – The Greatest Hits of All (2003)". Retrieved July 7, 2018. 
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