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Album Review

Though it isn't sequenced in chronological order — in fact, it's sequenced a little bewilderingly — Greatest Hits is nevertheless an excellent summation of Ray Parker, Jr.'s biggest hits; containing not just solo smashes like "Ghostbusters" and "The Other Woman," but also songs he sang during his time with Raydio. So, even if it could be presented better, it nevertheless gives fans exactly what they need.

Biography

Born: May 01, 1954 in Detroit, MI

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Guitarist/songwriter/producer Ray Parker Jr. had hits as Raydio (the million-selling "Jack and Jill," "You Can't Change That"), Ray Parker Jr. & Raydio ("Two Places at the Same Time," "A Woman Needs Love [Just Like You Do]"), and Ray Parker Jr. (the number one R&B and pop gold single "Ghostbusters"), and he co-wrote hit songs for Rufus and Chaka Khan (the number one "You Got the Love" from fall 1974) and Barry White ("You See the Trouble with Me" from spring 1976). Born May 1, 1954, in Detroit,...
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