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20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: The Best of Jody Watley

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Some of the releases in MCA's 20th Century Masters: The Millennium Collection series have been downright baffling, essentially just cutting a few tracks from an already-existing hits package. Jody Watley's installment is one of those — aside from the 1998 non-LP single "Off the Hook," which is only available here, every song on this compilation can be found on 1996's Greatest Hits, which also features four songs not present here (and is still in print). Granted, if you buy The Millennium Collection, you know you'll be getting the original single mixes (i.e., the ones that received radio airplay), whereas Greatest Hits did feature a few remixes, including one of the Top Ten hit "Some Kind of Lover" (which some fans may want in the original version). That and the slightly lower price may actually tip the scales in favor of The Millennium Collection for casual fans, but otherwise, it's kind of redundant.

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Where the old school remix album

The remix was on mca records it was super I have been looking for 20 years or so comment on this if you know what I'm talking Still looking for it damn

Biography

Born: January 30, 1959 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Grammy Award-winning vocalist/producer/songwriter Jody Watley made a name for herself with the dance-soul trio Shalamar before embarking on a solo career that would bring her numerous Top Ten hits and a reputation as "The Queen of Cool." Watley was born in Chicago, IL, on January 30, 1959, but grew up in Los Angeles. Jody's teenage gig as a dancer on Soul Train would lead to a meeting with the hit TV show's booking agent, Dick Griffey. Along with fellow singers Jeffrey Daniels and Gerald Brown, Watley...
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