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The Definitive Collection: Brenda Lee


Download links and information about The Definitive Collection: Brenda Lee by Brenda Lee. This album was released in 2006 and it belongs to Rock, Rock & Roll, Country, Pop genres. It contains 28 tracks with total duration of 01:13:57 minutes.

Artist: Brenda Lee
Release date: 2006
Genre: Rock, Rock & Roll, Country, Pop
Tracks: 28
Duration: 01:13:57
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No. Title Length
1. Dynamite (1957 Single Version) 2:02
2. Sweet Nothin's 2:23
3. I'm Sorry 2:39
4. That's All You Gotta Do 2:28
5. I Want to Be Wanted (Per Tutta la Vita) [Remake Version] 3:03
6. Emotions 2:48
7. I'm Learning About Love 2:39
8. You Can Depend On Me 3:31
9. Dum Dum 2:26
10. Fool #1 2:27
11. Anybody But Me 2:24
12. Break It to Me Gently 2:37
13. Everybody Loves Me But You 2:30
14. Heart In Hand 2:27
15. All Alone Am I 2:43
16. Your Used to Be 2:11
17. Losing You (Remake) 2:31
18. My Whole World Is Falling Down 1:54
19. I Wonder 2:58
20. The Grass Is Greener 2:45
21. As Usual 2:34
22. Is It True 2:25
23. Too Many Rivers 2:49
24. Coming On Strong 2:02
25. Nobody Wins 3:00
26. Big Four Poster Bed 4:36
27. Tell Me What It's Like 3:00
28. Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree 2:05



Like Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, and only a few others, Brenda Lee could sound equally wonderful whether she was tearing into an upbeat rock & roll number or crooning a melancholy countrypolitan ballad. The fact that she demonstrated ample knowledge of both even before getting halfway through her teenage years made her achievements much more special. MCA's The Definitive Collection befits its title in one area: it's the definitive collection of her Billboard chart history, where most — but not all — of her artistic excellence occurred. The disc includes a full 28 tracks, but dispatches her early history as a rock firebrand with only three songs (when even ten wouldn't have been overdoing it), and moves quickly to her decade-long mastery of the forlorn, love-scorned ballad. It's a fact that most new listeners with a potential appreciation for Lee's talents would be drawn to her earlier rockabilly material, not her balladry, so this is a lost opportunity that some other collection will have to remedy. (In fact, the two-disc Anthology [1956-1980] proves that there's enough excellent Brenda Lee material to fill two discs.)