Tower Of Power - The Very Best Of Tower Of Power: The Warner Years (2001)
Artist: Tower Of Power
Title Of Album: The Very Best Of Tower Of Power: The Warner Years
Year Of Release: 2001
Label: Rhino / Warner Bros
Genre: Funk / Soul / Jazz
Format: FLAC (tracks) / MP3
Bitrate: Lossless / CBR 320 kBit/s
Total Time: 01:05:05
Total Size: 422 MB / 150 MB
01. You Got To Funkifize
02. What Happened To The World That Day?
03. Down To The Nightclub
04. You're Still A Young Man
05. What Is Hip?
06. So Very Hard To Go
07. This Time Is Real
08. Will I Ever Find A Love?
09. Soul Vaccination
10. Time Will Tell
11. Below Us, All The City Lights
12. Don't Change Horses (In The Middle Of A Stream)
13. Willing To Learn
14. Only So Much Oil In The Ground
15. I Won't Leave Unless You Want Me To
16. You're So Wonderful, So Marvelous
Usually, it's not a good sign if a band is generally known for augmenting artists instead of their own records, but Tower of Power was really a very good horn section, and they did make records that held their own. Of course, "What Is Hip?" was the biggest single they ever had, but they also had several other smaller hits that captured their sleek, stylized soul-funk quite well, such as "Soul Vaccination." Pretty much all of those songs are captured on Rhino's 2001 anthology The Very Best of Tower of Power: The Warner Years, which spans 16 tracks and contains almost all the highlights of their '70s records. Yes, the 1999 double-disc set What Is Hip? is more comprehensive, but that's really for serious listeners. For listeners that want a lean dose of the TOP's prime, this is the best collection on the market. -- Thomas Erlewine ~ AllMusic.com
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