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The Best of Sister Sledge

Album: The Best of Sister Sledge (1973-1985)
# Song Title   Time
1)    Mama Never Told Me
2)    Love Don't You Go Through No Changes on Me
3)    Cream of the Crop
4)    Blockbuster Boy
5)    He's the Greatest Dancer
6)    We Are Family
7)    Lost in Music - (bonus track)
8)    Got to Love Somebody
9)    Reach Your Peak
10)    Pretty Baby - (bonus track)
11)    All American Girls
12)    He's Just a Runaway (A Tribute to Bob Marley)
13)    My Guy
14)    All the Man I Need
15)    B.Y.O.B. (Bring Your Own Baby)
16)    Gotta Get Back to Love - (bonus track)
17)    Frankie
18)    Dancing on the Jagged Edge - (bonus track)
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Performer Notes
  • Sister Sledge: Debbie Sledge, Joni Sledge, Kim Sledge, Kathy Sledge (vocals).
  • Producers: Nile Rodgers, Bernard Edwards, Tony "Champagne" Silvester, Bert "Super Charts" DeCoteaux, Michael Kunze, Sylvester Levay, Narada Michael Walden, Sister Sledge, George Duke, Taylor, Hurtt, Bell, Bobby Eli.
  • Includes liner notes by Sean Ross.
  • Digitally remastered by Bill Inglot & Dan Hersch.
  • Personnel: Debbie Sledge, Kim Sledge, Joni Sledge, Kathy Sledge (vocals).
  • Sister Sledge evolved quite a bit during the 12 years documented on this 1992 collection, which traces the Philadelphians' evolution from bubblegum soulsters to sexy but wholesome disco-era darlings to struggling urban-contemporary act. After early numbers like "Mama Never Told Me" and "Love Don't You Go Through No Changes on Me" (both recorded at a time when the sisters were still in their teens and came across as sort of a female Jackson 5), they dive headfirst into disco/soul with "Cream of the Crop" (an underrated, Philly-sounding pearl) and finally hit the big time with the Chic-produced mega-hits "We Are Family" and "He's the Greatest Dancer." One hears Sledge entering the '80s on a high note with "Got to Love Somebody" but by the middle of the decade sounding less inspired on the singles "Frankie" and "Dancing on the Jagged Edge." One of the collection's most disappointing tracks is the reggae remix of "He's Just a Runaway." While it's true that this is the version that became a medium-size hit, the more rock-ish version found on All American Girls packs a much greater punch. But despite a few weak spots here and there, this is a gem-laden CD that paints a generally impressive picture of the group. ~ Alex Henderson
Professional Reviews
Q (4/93, p.101) - 3 Stars - Good - "...one of the more pleasing blasts of retro chic has been the reappearance of Sister Sledge....cut across the years with joyous momentum..."

NME (Magazine) (2/13/93, p.32) - 7 - Very Good - "...dancefloor joy almost all the way through...for a few years Sister Sledge really had something great going on. Here's the proof..."
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