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WAR - The Very Best Of WAR (2003)

3-08-2014, 16:07
Blues | Soul | Funk | R&B

WAR - The Very Best Of WAR (2003)

Artist: WAR
Title Of Album: The Very Best Of WAR
Year Of Release: 2003
Label: Avenue Records / Rhino / Warner Music
Genre: R&B, Funk, Electric Blues, Soul
Quality: MP3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 2:25:31
Total Size: 349 mb
WebSite: war


CD 1

[01] Spill The Wine - - - Eric Burdon & War
[02] Tobacco Road - - - Eric Burdon & War
[03] All Day Music
[04] Slippin' Into Darkness
[05] Get Down
[06] Nappy Head
[07] The World Is A Ghetto
[08] City, Country, City
[09] The Cisco Kid
[10] Where Was You At
[11] Four Cornered Room
[12] Gypsy Man
[13] Me And Baby Brother
[14] Deliver The Word
[15] Southern Part Of Texas
[16] Ballero [Live]
[17] Why Can't We Be Friends

CD 2

[01] Low Rider
[02] Don't Let No One Get You Down
[03] Heartbeat
[04] Smile Happy
[05] So
[06] Summer
[07] L.A. Sunshine
[08] River Niger
[09] Galaxy
[10] Youngblood (Livin' In The Streets)
[11] I'm The One Who Understands
[12] Cinco De Mayo
[13] You Got The Power
[14] Outlaw
[15] Baby It's Cold Outside
[16] Peace Sign
[17] East L.A. - - - WAR & Jose Feliciano

There really are more War best-of packages than the situation warrants, and while the double-CD The Very Best of War is a fine compilation if you don't already have one in your collection, it's questionable whether it was a necessary addition to the band's discography. For one thing, it doesn't differ all that much from the previous two-CD War best-of on Rhino, Anthology (1970-1994). Sure, each has a few tracks not on the other, but both are built around their lengthy string of big hits. Even Barry Alfonso's accompanying essay was adapted from the liner notes to Anthology (1970-1994). Still, this does have all of the big chart hits and a few minor ones, as well as standout album tracks from throughout the 1970s and early '80s that illustrate the band's versatility. Reading the small print on the track listings, it's revealed that half a dozen of these cuts are edits that either appear here for the first time or were only available on previous anthologies or imports. Additionally, almost a dozen of the other tracks are the edited single versions, though it's unlikely many collectors or fans will be either excited or piqued by differences between these and other available variations.

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