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20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: The Best of the Ink Spots

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Album Review

MCA's 20th Century Masters: The Millennium Collection is a good, basic collection of the Ink Spots' biggest hits — including "If I Didn't Care," "My Prayer," "Java Jive," "Don't Get Around Much Anymore," "I'm Making Believe," "The Gypsy," "I'm Beginning to See the Light," "Prisoner of Love,"and "To Each His Own" — available at a budget price. Although there are a couple of hits and good songs missing, this has enough of the best-known tunes to make it worthwhile for casual listeners on a budget.

Customer Reviews


I don't want to set the world on fire is amazing. i first heard it when i started playing fallout 3. This song tottally sets the mood for this game. AMAZING.


This is a great album. Check out the song I dont want to set the world on fire in the fallout 3 trailer. I cant wait for the game

Because of Fallout 3...

I first heard these songs from Fallout 3. I had never really listened to music from this time period before. I am a big fan of classic rock, but now I really enjoy listening to all types of music from the 40's. This entire album is terrific, and I'd reccomend it to anyone. The music from this era is very good, and has a distinct sound to it. There are so many other artists from this time period that were not in Fallout 3 that I have been listening to recently. So to all you people who have only heard the 3 ink Spot songs from Fallout, buy the album. And do some futher research about other great musician from this era. This music is way better than the stuff we have on the radio today.


Formed: 1938 in Indianapolis, IN

Genre: Vocal

Years Active: '30s, '40s, '50s

The Ink Spots played a large role in pioneering the black vocal group-harmony genre, helping to pave the way for the doo wop explosion of the '50s. The quavering high tenor of Bill Kenny presaged hundreds of street-corner leads to come, and the sweet harmonies of Charlie Fuqua, Deek Watson, and bass Hoppy Jones (who died in 1944) backed him flawlessly. Kenny's impeccable diction and Jones's deep drawl were both prominent on the Ink Spots' first smash on Decca in 1939, the sentimental "If I Didn't...
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