The Greatest Hits
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You can change your choices at any time by visiting Cookie preferences, as described in the Cookie notice. To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average. Luther Vandross ‘The Greatest Hits’ includes 16 tracks spanning Luther’s three decade career including hits ‘Never Too Much’ and ‘Dance With My Father’, as well as his famous collaborations with Beyoncé on ‘The Closer I Get To You’ and Mariah Carey on ‘Endless Love’.
Luther Vandross produced Dionne Warwick's album of the same name in 1983, and teamed up with her for a duet on the title track. The album will also feature a bonus, previously unreleased track from the archives, ‘Love It, Love It’, which brings back the upbeat and soulful sounds of the much loved multi-platinum-selling artist.
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Luther's first ever solo single is also one of his best, and is still a truly fantastic disco pop song. It was always going to be tough covering arguably the greatest love song duet of all time, originally by Lionel Richie and Diana Ross.
It's always shocking to hear that this song came out as late as 2003, as it sounds so timeless that you expected it to have been around forever. The song was later remixed by David Morales, Frankie Knuckles, and CJ Mackintosh, and it became an international hit. This track was a Grammy-nominated duet between Luther and Janet Jackson, recorded for the Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis-produced soundtrack to the 1992 film, Mo' Money. Luther Vandross had one of the all-time greatest singing voices, from his time as an in-demand backing singer to going solo in the '80s.
There is a lot of overlap with Best Of -- it shares no less than nine tracks with that collection -- but it also has such-'90s hits as "Don't Want to Be a Fool" and "Power of Love / Love Power. Luther Vandross' 1999 Greatest Hits may not be as generous as 1989's The Best of Luther Vandross, which contained 20 tracks on two discs, but it's a good, concise, 14-track collection that includes many of his very best songs. However, it became one of Luther's best loved songs, and was first recorded by Dionne Warwick on her aforementioned album How Many Times Can We Say Goodbye.
We don’t share your credit card details with third-party sellers, and we don’t sell your information to others. Content you previously purchased on Oxford Biblical Studies Online or Oxford Islamic Studies Online has now moved to Oxford Reference, Oxford Handbooks Online, Oxford Scholarship Online, or What Everyone Needs to Know®. The lead single from his Give Me the Reason album, Luther reached the top 30 in the UK with this upbeat favourite.