George Michael - Ladies and Gentlemen (The Best Of George Michael) [1998]

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George Michael - Ladies and Gentlemen (The Best Of George Michael) [1998]

CD 1:
01 Jesus to a Child
02 Father Figure
03 Careless Whisper
04 Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me
05 You Have Been Loved
06 Kissing a Fool
07 I Can't Make You Love Me
08 Heal the Pain
09 A Moment with You
10 Desafinado
11 Cowboys and Angels
12 Praying for Time
13 One More Try
14 A Different Corner

CD 2:
01 Outside
02 As (With Mary J. Blige)
03 Fastlove
04 Too Funky
05 Freedom 90
06 Star People 97
07 Killer - Papa Was A Rollin' Stone
08 I Want Your Sex (Part II)
09 The Strangest Thing 97
10 Fantasy
11 Spinning The Wheel
12 Waiting For That Day
13 I Knew Your Were Waiting (For Me) (With Aretha Franklin)
14 Faith
15 Somebody To Love (With Queen)


Ladies & Gentlemen: The Best of George Michael is a greatest hits collection released by George Michael in 1998.

The collection of 28 songs (29 songs are included on the European and Australian release) are separated into two halves, with each CD of the double set containing music of a particular theme and mood. The first CD, titled "For the Heart", predominantly contains Michael's hit ballads, while the second CD, "For the Feet", comprises mostly his popular dance tunes.

Ladies & Gentlemen is notable for containing a large number of compilation tracks and duets that have not previously appeared on a George Michael album, including his US number-one duet with Aretha Franklin, "I Knew You Were Waiting (For Me)", previously available on Aretha Franklin's 1986 album Aretha; "Desafinado", the duet in Portuguese with Brazilian legendary singer Astrud Gilberto; and the Elton John duet "Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me", from John's 1993 album Duets.

Ladies & Gentlemen was released by Michael through Sony Music Entertainment as a condition of severing contractual ties with the label (Michael departed Sony with a great deal of acrimony and publicity prior to the release of Older in 1996). He would later return to Sony to release his 2004 album Patience.

"Outside" was the first single from the album. The song was a humorous look at his arrest shortly before the release of the album for soliciting a policeman in a public restroom.

"As", Michael's duet with Mary J. Blige, was released as the second single in many territories around the world. It reached number four on the UK Singles Chart. The track was left off the North American release of the album. There were rumours that Blige's label was uncomfortable with Michael being gay, but this is contradicted by Blige's embracing of her large gay fan base.

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