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This review is from: Very Best of Miki Howard (Audio CD)
Rhino's 2001 retrospective "The Very Best of Miki Howard" is a generous, near-definitive overview of Howard's biggest R&B hits from the '80s.
She didn't have many crossover hits, but she did have numerous entries on the R&B charts, all of which are here, including a duet with Gerald Levert, "That's What Love Is".
Although this is a little lengthy for listeners with abbreviated attention spans, it does summarize Howard's peak very well, and is as comprehensive a Howard retrospective as could be hoped for.
Best travks: "Come Share My Love", "That's What Love Is", "Love Under New Management", "Until You COme Back To Me (That's What I Am Gonna Do)" and a brilliant version of Billie Holidays's "Good Morning Heartache". S.T. Erlewine
A "must have" recording.
Miki Sings Billie