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There's something missing

I had a cd version of this album, and on the second volume was a song called "Oh What A Love I Have Found". Probably one of the most beautiful songs Gladys, or anyone else has ever recorded. However, the entire order of the songs is diferent here. Furthermore, the above mentioned song does not appear here nor anywhere else in the Itunes Library. Your Loss.

Great CD, BUT there is one problem.

How can a CD as great as it may be NOT have "Midnight Train" on it???? That's the only thing I see out of place with this collection.

Very Important message to first reviewer and all fans of GKATP

Mr. Bus_master, the song you mentioned, "Oh What a love" appears on a 1973 Motown release of outtakes called, "All I Need Is Time". It included "Oh what a love" plus the title track, "All I Need is time". My cd version of this best of, had an edit of "ALL' but not "Oh What A love". Your 'Best Of ' may be very rare. There were 3 lps of outtakes released by Motown after the group left and hit big at Buddah. The lp with "Oh what a love, had several other beautiful ballads in addition to 'Oh". I have it and I hope you and any one else interested can find it. It is an incredible collection. Also try and find the lp, "Knight Time". Good luck! This album is a very essential collection of hits, b sides, lp cuts, and some unreleased Motown stuff. I'm not sure why several cuts are listed as 'single' when in fact, they were the stereo and/or lp versions but regardless, it's very comprehensive! Check out "All I Could Do Was Cry" and (I Know) I'm Losing You" from the 1969 "Nitty Gritty" album! Enjoy!


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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