Al Green's Greatest Hits is a 1975 greatest hits release by soul singer Al Green. In 2003, the album was ranked number 52 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time. The compilation has consistently ranked as one of the best executed 'greatest hits' albums in history.
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Listen to Al Green on YouTube. Al Green - Love and Happiness. Al Green - Let's Stay Together. The Best of Al Green - Greatest Hits (Full Album Stream). Al Green best albums. The combination of Green’s sensual and sophisticated voice, a tight backing band and slick production took time to bear fruit but the breakthrough came in 1970 with the single I Can’t Get Next To You which led to a string of polished albums, five of which went ‘Gold’ and a super selection of hit singles throughout the early seventies.
The closing track on Green’s 1973 album Livin’ for You is disconcerting and unsettling, though it appears mellifluous and warm. If Green’s best songs explore the tug of war between the soul and the flesh, Beware seems to show the consummate lover warning us his motives may not be honourable. Green built a new studio and recruited new players; he also bought a church – the Full Gospel Tabernacle, in Memphis – and became its pastor. 10. Standing in the Rain. In the eyes of the fans of Al Green, the last Al Green record was in 1977, drummer, producer and Roots bandleader Questlove told me in 2008. You know, not to negate the 17 that came between 1977 and 2005 – but they don’t count. It’s almost as if he didn’t record.
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Al Green was the first great soul singer of the '70s and arguably the last great Southern soul. See actions taken by the people who manage and post content. Page created - April 11, 2008.
Upon its original release in 1975, Al Green's Greatest Hits pretty much summed up everything about Green, containing his ten biggest hits up to that point. A few years later, it was followed by a second volume, which contained hit singles that had charted since the release of the first collection. In 1995, The Right Stuff reissued Al Green's Greatest Hits, adding five of the highlights from the second volume of greatest hits as bonus tracks.
Al Green (often known as The Reverend Al Green), revealed comforting power for relationships in the midst of turbulence, chaos and revolt in America. For some, the Al Green songs here are considered his Top 10, while some may have variances depending on preference, but without a doubt we know that from 1967 to present, just about everything that Al Green has put his hand to has turned to gold. Let’s Get Married From his Livin’ for You album, Let’s Get Married peaked for Al Green in 1973 on the R&B chart in the . at No. 3. Livin' for You is the seventh album by Al Green released in 1973 which included the hit title track and "Let's Get Married. The album cracked the Top 25 in the Billboard Pop Albums chart and was the fourth album from the artist to peak at on the Soul Albums chart.
|Let's Stay Together|
|Tired Of Being Alone|
|Sha La La (Make Me Happy)|
|Look What You Done For Me|
|How Can You Mend A Broken Heart|
|Full Of Fire|
|Take Me To The River|
|Love And Happiness|
|I'm Still In Love With You|
|You Ought To Be With Me|
|Call Me (Come Back Home)|
|Here I Am (Come And Take Me)|
|Let's Get Married|
|NE 1420||Al Green||Hi Life - The Best Of Al Green (LP, Comp)||K-Tel||NE 1420||UK||1988|
|NCD 3420||Al Green||Hi Life - The Best Of Al Green (CD, Comp)||K-tel||NCD 3420||UK & Ireland||1988|
|CE 2420||Al Green||Hi Life - The Best Of Al Green (Cass, Comp)||K-Tel||CE 2420||UK||1988|