Greatest Hits: 1985-1993

Greatest Hits: 1985-1993

by Stephanie Mills



Early chart smashes "Never Knew Love Like This" and "Sweet Sensation" didn't make it onto this one, so you can't call Greatest Hits: 1985 to 1993 -- which represents Stephanie Mills' last run of hits MCA Records -- definitive. Mills interprets Angela Winbush's songs as if they were sent to her directly from God: "(Something in the Way) You Make Me Feel" and "I Have Learned to Respect the Power of Love" -- originally by Alton McClain & Destiny -- are thrilling examples. Ever romantic, Mills remains the swept-away lover, as the exhilarating "(You're Puttin') a Rush on Me" and "I Feel Good All Over" attest too. Her remake of Gladys Knight & the Pips' "If I Was Your Woman" stirs the same can of emotions as the original. "Home," a song with a heavy message, closes her live shows: the uplifting ballad prompts encore after encore. The only other knock aside from the two missing hits: the contrived disco tracks like "Stand Back." Mills should have passed on the dumb stuff.

Product Details

Release Date: 06/04/1996
Label: Mca
UPC: 0008811144821
catalogNumber: 11448

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Stephanie Mills   Primary Artist,Vocals
Robert Brookins   Vocals,Track Performer

Technical Credits

La   Producer
Stephanie Mills   Producer
George Duke   Producer
Paul Laurence   Producer
Vassal Benford   Arranger,Producer
Robert Brookins   Producer
Harold Faltermeyer   Producer
LeMel Humes   Producer
Ron Kersey   Producer
Nick Martinelli   Producer
Andy McKaie   Reissue Producer
Louis Silas   Remixing
Angela Winbush   Producer
Cassandra Mills   Remixing
David Nathan   Liner Notes
Carol Duboc   Writer

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Greatest Hits: 1985 to 1993 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This CD was ok considering each song was the full version. However, A few of the songs that were added aren't the Greatest by a long shot. Like the song Bit By Bit (Theme From "Fletch") and Stand Back were both duds. Instead of this CD being titled Greatest Hits, It should have been titled The Best Of. Then she could have put "The Best" songs from each album on the CD. The Angela Winbush produced song So Good So Right should have been added, Also Teddy Rileys Real Love would have been great. Stephanie Mills leaves a lot to be desired as far as great songs are concerned. Beautiful voice, But her material, Average At Best.