Kim Weston Motown Anthology

Motown Anthology
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  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Released: October 3, 2005
  • Originally Released: 2005
  • Label: Universal Uk


  • 1.I Know His Name (Only His Name) - (studio)
  • 2.Love Me All The Way - (studio)
  • 3.Just Loving You - (studio)
  • 4.Meet Me Half Way - (studio)
  • 5.Looking For The Right Guy - (studio)
  • 6.Perfect Love - (studio)
  • 7.Little More Love - (studio)
  • 8.Loving Touch - (studio)
  • 9.I'm Still Loving You - (studio)
  • 10.Love, Trouble, Heartache & Misery - (studio)
  • 11.Thrill A Moment - (studio)
  • 12.Look My Way - (studio)
  • 13.Another Train Coming - (studio)
  • 14.Take Me In Your Arms (Rock Me A Little While) - (studio)
  • 15.Helpless - (studio)
  • 16.I Need Him - (studio)
  • 17.You Hit Me Where It Hurt Me - (studio)
  • 18.Your Mother Called On Me Today - (studio)
  • 19.Hurt A Little Everyday - (studio)
  • 20.I'm The Exception To The Rule - (studio)
  • 21.Build Him Up - (studio)
  • 22.Love (Makes Me Do Foolish Things) - (studio)
  • 23.Go On Without Me - (studio)
  • 24.I Don't Know If I'm Coming Or Going - (studio)
  • 25.I'm Gonna Make It Up To You - (studio)
  • 26.When We Get Together - (studio)
  • 27.Come & Get These Memories - (studio)
  • 28.One & One Makes Two - (studio)
  • 29.Joey Joey - (studio)
  • 30.Will I Find My Love - (studio)
  • 31.Just Call Me - (studio)
  • 32.You Can Do It - (studio)
  • 33.He's My Baby (Aka Sugar Baby) - (studio)
  • 34.I Got A Weak Heart - (studio)
  • 35.Any Girl In Love (Knows What I'm Going Through) - (studio)
  • 36.Marionette - (studio)
  • 37.Fancy Meeting You Here - (studio)
  • 38.I Love You Yes I Do - (studio)
  • 39.Drop In The Bucket - (studio)
  • 40.Your Wonderful Sweet, Sweet Love - (studio)
  • 41.Absent Minded Lover - (studio)
  • 42.Where Am I Going - (studio)
  • 43.I Got Good News - (studio)
  • 44.When I Lost You - (studio)
  • 45.Helpless - (studio)
  • 46.What Have I Done To Myself - (studio)
  • 47.Take Me In Your Arms (Rock Me A Little While) - (studio)
  • 48.This Dream - (studio)

Product Description:

The two-CD, 48-track size of this anthology might be taken to signify a definitive collection of sorts of Kim Weston's recordings for Motown. But while it's of considerable use to Motown collectors, it has to be approached with some caution by less completist-oriented listeners, and can't be classified as a definitive best-of. For one thing, it doesn't include any of her duets with Marvin Gaye, instead being wholly devoted to solo recordings. In addition, the emphasis is very much on rare material, as no less than 34 of the cuts were previously unreleased. So while it does lead off with some of her more familiar Motown songs that actually did find official release in the '60s (including her hits "Take Me in Your Arms [Rock Me a Little While]" and "Helpless"), it's for the most part a dig through unexposed vaults, and doesn't even include all of the solo Motown tracks she put out during the '60s. With your expectations duly adjusted, this is still a worthwhile compilation of one of the Detroit label's less celebrated artists, though it doesn't reveal Weston as one of Motown's more talented ones. She was more likable than spectacular, with a softer, sometimes jazzier edge to her singing than most of her peers at the company, occasionally slightly reminiscent of Dionne Warwick. The jazzy inclination really comes out on "Love Trouble Heartache and Misery," one of the highlights among the unreleased numbers, and the similarity to Warwick is strong on "I Don't Know If I'm Coming or Going," though at other times Motown seemed to be trying to put her into a Mary Wells bag she really didn't fit. Greatest Hits & Rare Classics remains a preferable compilation for the general listener due to its greater and more thorough concentration on her official Motown discography (including her "It Takes Two" hit duet with Gaye). For the Motown fanatic, though, this does offer a lot of unreleased (if somewhat second-division) material penned by major writers at the label like Smokey Robinson and Mickey Stevenson, the most interesting of those tracks being the earlier ones, when the Motown sound wasn't as formulaic as it would become later in the 1960s. ~ Richie Unterberger

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A Motown jewel-KimWeston! Music Lover: from BRONX, NY US -- November, 8, 2014

The voice of Kim Weston is like resting on a pillow- soft, soothing and very relaxing! Kim was at Motown during the best years and songs like "It takes 2( which sadly is not included in this collection) Take me in your arms and Helpless are Motown classics! Kim was married to Mickey Stevenson (Motown A&R director) and when they left Motown, Kim's career was never the same! In this CD, there are a lot of unknown treasures but my favorite is a song called Marionette(which was later a minor hit for the Marvelletes)! This song represents Kim at her very best which you will hear when you purchase this cd!

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