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Very Best of En Vogue
     

The Very Best of En Vogue

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by En Vogue
 
En Vogue may not have been as visionary as TLC, but they were still one of the best female urban groups of the '90s, which is why their Very Best collection works so well. Album by album, they delivered terrific singles, from the swaggering "My Lovin' (You're Never Gonna Get It)" and "Free Your Mind" to the

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En Vogue may not have been as visionary as TLC, but they were still one of the best female urban groups of the '90s, which is why their Very Best collection works so well. Album by album, they delivered terrific singles, from the swaggering "My Lovin' (You're Never Gonna Get It)" and "Free Your Mind" to the yearning "Don't Let Go (Love)" and "Hold On," plus such wonderful duets as "Whatta Man," where they team with Salt-N-Pepa to deliver a songs so sexy it hurts (but, as John Mellencamp says, it hurts so good). All these are here on this 16-track collection, along with several other singles that didn't climb as high on the charts, plus album tracks, and, well, filler, like a remix of "Hold On." This collection gets the nod over 1999's Best of En Vogue because it has a sharper selection of songs that really make a good case for their gifts. It may have benefited from fewer songs, since it would be a better listen if it was nothing but their ten best songs, but it still offers the best encapsulation of their talents imaginable.

Product Details

Release Date:
08/21/2001
Label:
Elektra / Wea
UPC:
0081227434823
catalogNumber:
74348
Rank:
19129

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

En Vogue   Primary Artist
Giuliano Franco   Synthesizer
Preston Crump   Bass
James Earley   Bass,Electric Guitar
Jinx Jones   Bass,Guitar
Marlon McClain   Guitar
Tommy Martin   Guitar
Martin Terry   Guitar
Mark Coleman   Guitar
Jon Bendich   Percussion
Peter Michael   Percussion
Juan Escovedo   Percussion
Chris Mondt   Trombone
Tony George   Trumpet
Michael Fellows   Drums
Lil John   Drums
Denzil Foster   Keyboards,Dialogue
Thomas McElroy   Keyboards,Dialogue
Grover Washington   Saxophone
Harris   Saxophone
Salt-N-Pepa   Vocals
Maxine Jones   Vocals
Cindy Herron   Vocals
Dawn Robinson   Vocals
Three Feet   Background Vocals
Jah   Rap
Chuckii Booker   Dialogue

Technical Credits

Denzil Foster   Arranger,Producer,drum programming
Thomas McElroy   Arranger,Producer,drum programming
Bill Inglot   Producer
Giuliano Franco   Producer,drum programming
Steve Counter   Engineer
Dale Everingham   Engineer
Ken Kessie   Engineer
Neill King   Engineer
Manny Marroquin   Engineer
Jeff Poe   Engineer
Everett Ramos   Engineer
Michael Semanick   Engineer
Steven Hart   Engineer
Vaughn Sessions   Engineer
Shawn Amos   Liner Notes
Kimiko Whittaker   Vocal Arrangements
Marley Marl   Remixing
Hugh Brown   Art Direction
Ivan Matias   Vocal Producer
Randy Walker   MIDI Programming
Reggie Collins   Discographical Annotation

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The Very Best of En Vogue 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
i love themm so much highly recommended
Guest More than 1 year ago
This CD is a collection of some of the best tracks ever heard by these girls. I think some other tracks should have made it also, but it is dope. I give it 5 stars. There will never be a group like this one. I wish all four of the original girls would reform for more chart taking albums. I'm a true fan MIKE LEWIS
Guest More than 1 year ago
THIS CD IS VERY GOOD FOR THE LOVER OF EN VOUGE MUSIC SUCH AS ''GIVING HIM SOMETHING HE CAN FEEL'' OR ''FREE YOUR MIND.'' THESE SONGS WILL BRING OLD MEMORIES BACK.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago