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Album Review

BMG Special Products' Midnight Train to Georgia: The Encore Collection is an inconsistent but entertaining overview of Gladys Knight and the Pips' work for Buddah and Soul Records during the mid-'70s. Certainly, the title track is featured, as are the hits "So Sad the Songs," "Make Yours a Happy Home" and "Part Time Love"; the rest of the album is devoted to album tracks, which vary in quality. Despite the relatively uneven quality, the good outweighs the weak, and even if it isn't a comprehensive collection, it's a nice sampler for the budget-minded casual fan.

Biography

Genre: R&B/Soul

Gladys Knight (b. 28 May 1944, Atlanta, Georgia, USA), her brother Merald ‘Bubba’ (b. 4 September 1942, Atlanta, Georgia, USA), sister Brenda and cousins Elenor Guest and William Guest (b. 2 July 1941, Atlanta, Georgia, USA, d. 24 December 2015, Detroit, Michigan, USA) formed their first vocal group in their native Atlanta in 1952. Calling themselves the Pips, after their cousin James ‘Pips’ Woods, the youngsters sang supper-club material in the week and gospel music on Sundays. They first recorded...
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