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The Ultimate Tyrone Davis


Download links and information about The Ultimate Tyrone Davis by Tyrone Davis. This album was released in 2005 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul genres. It contains 40 tracks with total duration of 02:20:55 minutes.

Artist: Tyrone Davis
Release date: 2005
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul
Tracks: 40
Duration: 02:20:55
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No. Title Length
1. Is It Something That You Got 2:36
2. Can I Change My Mind 2:48
3. Knock On Wood 2:51
4. Love Bones 3:08
5. A Woman Needs to Be Loved 2:48
6. I'll Be Right Here 2:43
7. I Keep Coming Back 2:39
8. Let Me Back In 2:38
9. Turn Back the Hands of Time 2:57
10. Undying Love 3:21
11. One Way Ticket (To Nowhere) 2:28
12. Could I Forget You 2:27
13. Your Love Keeps Haunting Me 3:49
14. Was It Just a Feeling 4:08
15. I Had It All the Time 5:26
16. Come Get This Ring 2:49
17. How Can I Forget You 3:49
18. You Wouldn't Believe 4:10
19. You Keep Me Holding On 3:22
20. Was I Just a Fool 3:58
21. I Wake Up Crying 8:49
22. There It Is 4:10
23. Where Lovers Meet (At the Dark End of the Street) 3:49
24. Without You In My Life 3:20
25. I'm Just Your Man 3:24
26. What Goes Up (Must Come Down) 3:37
27. You Don't Have to Beg Me to Stay 3:09
28. I Got a Sure Thing 3:16
29. If You Had a Change of Mind 2:57
30. I Wish It Was Me 3:14
31. It's All In the Game 3:48
32. Happiness Is Being With You 3:54
33. Wrapped Up In Your Warm & Tender Love 3:09
34. Homewreckers 3:01
35. It Ain't Me No More 2:48
36. Don't Let It Be Too Late 2:35
37. It's So Good (To Be Home With You) 5:16
38. Forever 4:24
39. Ever Lovin' Girl 2:55
40. Turning Point 4:25



With the saturation of Tyrone Davis greatest-hits compilations on the market, it's hard to decipher which among them is truly definitive of the Chicago soul singer's long and esteemed career. While 2005's excellent Give It Up (Turn It Loose) paints a great retrospective, it only covers his later years. And while 2001's 20 Greatest Hits compilation on Brunswick is concise and details his gritty early years, it only covers the hits, many of which die-hard fans would already own. So Brunswick, in keeping with Sony's recent Essential campaign, has co-opted that series' aesthetics and concept for The Ultimate Tyrone Davis, a two-disc, 40-track affair covering all points of his career on Dakar (a Brunswick sublabel) and featuring some amazing session musicians. It's a bit daunting for an introductory piece, but the remastering quality is impeccable and brings out Davis' voice in a bright, crisp fashion on top of the mix. Die-hard fans may already own most of these tracks thanks to 2004's The Dakar Records A's & B's: The Hit Singles compilation, but may want to consider upgrading for the sound quality and thorough liner notes. The Ultimate Tyrone Davis is a nice starting point for those investigating the soul artist's catalog, and when supplemented by Give It Up (Turn It Loose), provides the most thorough collection of Davis' work available.