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The Best of Sade
The Best of Sade
The Best of Sade

The Best of Sade

Product ID : 4870835
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Galleon Product ID 4870835
UPC / ISBN 696998528727
Shipping Weight 0.25 lbs
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Model 2110168
Manufacturer Legacy
Shipping Dimension 5.39 x 5 x 0.91 inches
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Brand Sony
Format Original Recording Remastered
Genre Rock
Number Of Discs 1
Package Quantity 1
Publication Date 2001-04-03
Release Date 2001-04-03
Running Time 74
UPC 696998528727
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Product Description 16 luscious tracks taken from Sade's first four albums and assorted singles, newly remastered and sounding (if possible) better than ever! Includes Smooth Operator; Your Love Is King; The Sweetest Taboo; Never As Good As the First Time; Paradise; No Ordinary Love; Kiss of Life; Nothing Can Come Between Us; Cherish the Day , and more. Amazon.com With her exotic beauty and steamy voice, Sade couldn't help but be a star. Taking the more sensuous elements of island beats, smooth jazz, and R&B, Sade scored major hits with the continental feel of "Smooth Operator" and the sultry stylization of "Your Love Is King." Her voice was often criticized for being thin, yet she made it work to her advantage with songs like the haunting "Jezebel," on which her delivery added the vulnerability necessary to the song. Sade sounded best when she stuck to the lower register, and there is nothing thin about her dynamic handling of her torch song "Is It a Crime." "The Sweetest Taboo" was one of her last great moments before years of mediocrity, chronicled here by the lifeless "Stronger Than Pride" and the limp "Nothing Can Come Between Us." "No Ordinary Love" was a return to form with the smoky richness back in her vocals and the urban/island feel of her first release. Best of Sade goes right up to her hit "Pearls," which, remixed, became a dance floor hit. The nicest surprise here is "Please Send Me Someone to Love," with Sade proving that although her range may be limited vocally, she doesn't suffer the same fate artistically. -- Steve Gdula





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