Carly SIMON's Greatest Hits - Reflections (2004)Personnel include:
(mp3@~224) + Covers & CD Sticker 132 Mb
CD Audio May 04, 2004
Label BMG Heritage / CNS Rlz
Carly SIMON (vocals, acoustic guitar, whistle, piano, keyboards, synthesizer, programming) Eric GALE (electric guitar) David SANBORN (alto saxophone); Michael BRECKER (tenor saxophone) Dr. JOHN (piano, organ); Richard TEE (electric piano) Will LEE (bass instrument, background vocals); Steve GADD (drums) Andy NEWARK (congas, percussion) Ralph MacDONALD (percussion) James TAYLOR , Roberta FLACK (background vocals). Recording information:
1971 - 2003. You know that tattered old Carly Simon best-of album that's been sitting in your older sister's record collection for decades? It's been firmly supplanted. While the two-disc ANTHOLOGY on Rhino is the most comprehensive Simon collection, for a single-disc retrospective, you can't do better than this. Obviously, the expected staples are all present and accounted for, from the breathlessly innocent "That's the Way I've Always Heard It Should Be" to the sassy, notoriously inscrutable "You're So Vain." Expanding on the aforementioned 1975 compilation, though, REFLECTIONS goes on to include the slinky Michael McDonald co-write "You Belong to Me," the synth-flecked '80s hit "Coming Around Again," and much more. For a thumbnail sketch of this beloved singer-songwriter's work, REFLECTIONS is the definitive article.