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  • Audio CD (10 Feb. 1997)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Box set, Original recording remastered
  • Label: Mercury Records Ltd (London)
  • ASIN: B000005RXS
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 27,970 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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This is a very thorough and comprehensive collection, covering Joan's whole recording career from the early 1970s to the mid 90s, and running to over 2.5 hours overall. The style and production sound varies throughout, reflecting Joan's evolution as an artist and her changes of musical direction. However, in relation to this, the fact that the tracks are in no kind of chronological order makes listening to the album rather disconcerting, as the style and sound often changes quite noticeably from one track to another. This sense of disorientation is increased by the absence of musician credits on a track by track basis; producer credits are given in small print, but they are hard to follow and the recording dates include some minor errors. There is also no comment from Joan herself, or anyone else for that matter, explaining why the particular tracks were chosen; the only background information is a fairly superficial account of her career. All this perhaps suggests that Joan was not actively involved in putting this compilation together. So whilst the music is excellent, the information accompanying it is rather sparse. Despite the above criticisms, however, it's ultimately the music that counts, and I feel this deserves full marks as a comprehensive overview of Joan's work. But whilst her classic eponymous album from 1976 is well represented here, that record is so good that I consider it an essential accompaniment to this collection.
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This has a very wide range of Joan's best songs on it. There are so many classics on this album and quite a few of them were songs I had not realised were by Joan. This showcases a wide variety of styles and moods. Some are very gentle and tender. Others are strong and powerful. And some are wistful, distant, reflective. If you want to get to know Joan, this is a great way of doing it!
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This was my first MP3 download and it was a very simple procedure. It was obviously cheaper & had the added bonus (for me) of not having another physical CD to add to my very large collection that I don't really play anymore.

The content speaks for itself and although imitated, Joan Armatrading, in my opinion, has never been bettered. Certainly the lyrics on the more reflective tracks still have resonance and relevance today.

A gem - buy it.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The best Joan Armatrading album yet... 11 July 1999
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This cd is the best and most comprehensive Joan Armatrading collection yet. If you only buy one of her cd's, let this be the one.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Comprehensive collection, but deficiencies of presentation 24 Oct. 2001
By Hindburn - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This is a very thorough and comprehensive collection, covering Joan's whole recording career from the early 1970s to the mid 90s, and running to over 2.5 hours overall (the list of tracks given above omits some songs which are on the album). The style and production sound varies throughout, reflecting Joan's evolution as an artist and her changes of musical direction. However, in relation to this, the fact that the tracks are in no kind of chronological order makes listening to the album rather disconcerting, as the style and sound often changes quite noticeably from one track to another. This sense of disorientation is increased by the absence of musician credits on a track by track basis; producer credits are given in small print, but they are hard to follow and the recording dates include some minor errors. There is also no comment from Joan herself, or anyone else for that matter, explaining why the particular tracks were chosen; the only background information is a fairly superficial account of her career. All this perhaps suggests that Joan was not actively involved in putting this compilation together. So whilst the music is excellent, the information accompanying it is rather sparse. Despite the above criticisms, however, it's ultimately the music that counts, and I feel this deserves full marks as a comprehensive overview of Joan's work. But whilst her classic eponymous album from 1976 is well represented here, that record is so good that I consider it an essential accompaniment to this collection.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars wonderful mix of studio and live recordings 18 Jan. 2002
By "the_last_naiad" - Published on Amazon.com
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I've loved Joan Armatrading ever since I was a kid and my Dad used to play her 'best of' lp. But this collection took me way beyond the popular singles, well-known songs like Me, Myself, I and Willow, introducing me to a breadth of sounds and feeling in Joan Armatrading's work that I immediately embraced. She can shift from bluesy songs to funk or pop in the blink of an eye, and the eclecticism of her sound makes this double-album one that can be played over and over. It has wonderful gems on it like live recordings of Cool Blue Stole my Heart and Water with the Wine, rare from a singer that has always been shy about performing live. My only disappointment, now, having listened to more of her albums, is that this collection does not contain more songs from Joan's early song-writing partnership with Pam Nestor. It has My Family, City Girl and Alice, three of my favourites from that album, and I still feel that these are some of the best songs she's ever produced, young, fresh and less jaded than some of her later work... but some even better ones from that first album 'Whatever's for Us' are still missing, and I feel their absence.
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