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Voice - The Best of Beverley Knight

Voice - The Best of Beverley Knight
Beverley Knight
Released 20 March 2006
Recorded 1994–2005
Genre R&B, soul
Length 61:37
Label Parlophone
Producer Beverley Knight, Mike Spencer, Chris Braide, G.H.O.S.T., Guy Chambers, Jimmy Hogarth, TNT, Neville Thomas, Pule Pheto, Hawk Wolinski, Rod Gammons, Tony Briscoe, Dodge, Ben Walker, Sarah Gaston
Beverley Knight chronology

Affirmation
(2004)
Voice - The Best of Beverley Knight
(2006)
Music City Soul
(2007)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]
BBC (favorable)[2]

Voice – The Best of Beverley Knight is the first greatest hits album by English R&B-soul singer Beverley Knight, released in the United Kingdom on 20 March 2006 by Parlophone. The collection included twelve top forty singles, including the new track and single "Piece of My Heart". The album also included a second new track co-written with and produced by Chris Braide entitled "Who's Gonna Save Your Soul" and two live tracks.

The aforementioned single, "Piece of My Heart", a cover of the Erma Franklin and Janis Joplin hit, which Knight performed on her 2005 Affirmation Tour, preceded the release of the album on 13 March 2006.

The album was certified silver by the BPI on 31 March 2006, less than two weeks after its release.[3] It was later certified gold at end of its fourth week of release by the BPI, more specifically on 21 April 2006. The album was certified as Knight's first platinum seller in 2007.[4]

Track listing

  1. "Shoulda Woulda Coulda"
  2. "Keep This Fire Burning"
  3. "Come as You Are"
  4. "Piece of My Heart"
  5. "Gold"
  6. "Made It Back '99" (Good Times 7" Mix)
  7. "Get Up!"
  8. "Flavour of the Old School" (featuring Rapro)
  9. "Sista Sista"
  10. "Not Too Late for Love"
  11. "Greatest Day" (Classic Mix)
  12. "Made It Back" (featuring Redman)
  13. "Sweet Thing" (Live on Radio 2)
  14. "Angels" (with Guy Chambers) (Live on Radio 2)
  15. "Who's Gonna Save Your Soul"

Charts

Chart Peak Position Certifications
UK Singles Chart 9 UK: Platinum [5]
European Top 100 Albums 38

References

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