The Best… Album in the World…Ever! is a compilation album brand from Circa Records (trading under the 'strategic marketing' brand name of EMI/Virgin Records). Usually the album's title is made of the main title, genre and maybe issue number (so albums would include The Best Ibiza Album in the World…Ever!, The Best Rock Album in the World…Ever! etc.), however on a number of indie music collections the genre aspect was replaced by a full list of artist names. Due to this, these were just normally listed as The Best Album in the World…Ever!.
The second collection covering hit singles from the '70s top funk and soul band, Earth, Wind & Fire. This anthology has recently been supplanted by a box set covering virtually all of their big Columbia singles and some early Warners material. If you enjoyed their disco and late '70s cuts more than the early tracks, this anthology is worth getting.
Sessions for this album took place between October and December 1968. Produced by Tony Colton who juggled these night time sessions with the production of Irish band Taste's debut album. The Band believe this is the best album they ever cut…
All the Best album for sale by Gary Moore was released 20th April 2012 on the EMI Gold label. EU-only two CD collection from the legendary guitarist. 40 tracks including 'Out In The Fields', 'Still Got The Blues', 'Woke Up This Morning' and many others.
Buddha's Sho Nuff Groove: The Best of Harvey Mason is an excellent 12-track compilation, featuring all of the fusion musician's biggest crossover smooth jazz and lite funk hits, including "Marching on the Street," "Set It Free," "Till You Take My Love," "What's Going On," "Liquid," "Don't Doubt My Lovin'," "How Does It Feel," and the 12-inch mix of "Groovin' You." This doesn't give a full picture of his talents as a sideman and producer, but it is a concise chronicle of his solo recordings and a welcome addition to his catalog.