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Editors’ Notes

The beauty of a concise greatest-hits collection is that it gives listeners the condensed version of an artist’s career. While artists like The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, and Bob Dylan had enough hits and key album tracks to fill several of these 12-track albums a few times over, most artists can be summed up fairly concisely in a dozen songs. Cat Stevens experimented with a number of different directions over the years, and he has a good second dozen of worthy deep album cuts to ponder. But this Millennium Collection is paced so perfectly that it plays like a piece of art itself. “The Wind” illustrates just how quickly a talented songwriter can capture an audience and silence them with beauty. “Wild World” is universally known, while “Where Do the Children Play?,” “Moonshadow,” “Peace Train,” “Father and Son,” “Sitting," and “Morning Has Broken” define the singer/songwriter folk-pop wave of the early '70s in true stereo. What an era. 

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This is the greatest. But I don't understand why Apple's review mixed up Cat Stevens with Ray Stevens. That's horrible. But the music is great.


Born: July 21, 1948 in London, England

Genre: Pop

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

Cat Stevens, born Steven Demetre Georgiou, was the son of a Swedish mother and a Greek father who ran a restaurant in London. He became interested in folk music and rock & roll in his teens while attending Hammersmith College and in 1965 began performing under the name Steve Adams. Mike Hurst, a former member of the folk-pop group the Springfields, who had become a record producer, heard him and took him into a recording studio to cut his composition "I Love My Dog." This demo caused Decca Records...
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