Barry White 70th Celebrated With Classic 5CD Box
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Barry White

Barry White 70th Celebrated With Classic 5CD Box

by Paul Cashmere on August 29, 2014

in New Music,News

Soul legend Barry White would be turning 70 on September 12, The music legend died at age 58 in 2003.

To mark what would have been a benchmark birthday for White, his record label Mercury will release at 5CD box of his classic albums in September.

‘Barry White: 5 Classic Albums’ will include his four no 1 Billboard R&B albums ‘I’ve Got So Much To Give’ (1973), ‘Stone Gon’ (1973), ‘Can’t Get Enough’ (1974) and ‘Just Another Way To Say I Love You’ (1975) as well as the Top 10 R&B ‘Let The Music Play’ (1976).

White’s legacy continues with his music heard in several blockbuster films, including 2013’s Despicable Me 2 and 2012’s Dark Shadows. In 2013, White was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. This year, the GRAMMY Museum in Los Angeles saluted White with a custom exhibit; the museum will unveil another display in his honor in September.

Barry White: 5 Classic Albums

Disc 1: I’ve Got So Much To Give (1973)
1. Standing In The Shadows of Love
2. Bring Back My Yesterday
3. I’ve Found Someone
4. I’ve Got So Much To Give
5. I’m Gonna Love You Just A Little More Baby
6. Just A Little More Baby (Instrumental)
7. I’ve Got So Much To Give (Instrumental)

Disc 2: Stone Gon’ (1973)
1. Girl It’s True, Yes I’ll Always Love You
2. Honey Please, Can’t Ya See
3. You’re My Baby
4. Hard To Believe That I Found You
5. Never, Never Gonna Give Ya Up

Disc 3: Can’t Get Enough (1974)
1. Mellow Mood, Pt. 1
2. You’re The First, The Last, My Everything
3. I Can’t Believe You Love Me
4. Can’t Get Enough Of Your Love, Babe
5. Oh Love, Well We Finally Made It
6. I Love You More Than Anything (In This World Girl)
7. Mellow Mood, Pt. 2

Disc 4: Just Another Way To Say I Love You (1975)
1. Heavenly, That’s What You Are To Me
2. I’ll Do For You Anything You Want Me To
3. All Because Of You
4. Love Serenade
5. What Am I Gonna Do With You
6. Let Me Live My Life Lovin’ You Babe
7. Love Serenade, Pt. 2

Disc 5: Let The Music Play (1976)
1. Don’t Know Where Love Has Gone
2. If You Know, Won’t You Tell Me
3. I’m So Blue And You Are Too
4. Baby, We Better Try To Get It Together
5. You See The Trouble With Me
6. Let The Music Play
7. Let The Music Play [Single Version]
8. Let The Music Play [Instrumental B-Side Version]
9. Let The Music Play [M+M Throwback Mix]
10. Let The Music Play [Funkstar’s Club Deluxe Mix]
11. Let The Music Play [Alternate Version]

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