Create account Log in

The Ultimate 5th Dimension

[Edit]

Download links and information about The Ultimate 5th Dimension by Fifth Dimension. This album was released in 2003 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock, Pop genres. It contains 21 tracks with total duration of 01:10:39 minutes.

Artist: Fifth Dimension
Release date: 2003
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock, Pop
Tracks: 21
Duration: 01:10:39
Buy on iTunes $9.99

Tracks

[Edit]
No. Title Length
1. Aquarius / Let the Sunshine In (Remastered 1997) 4:47
2. Stoned Soul Picnic 3:26
3. Up, Up and Away (Remastered 1997) 2:37
4. One Less Bell to Answer 3:27
5. Sweet Blindness 3:22
6. Puppet Man 2:56
7. If I Could Reach You 3:06
8. Go Where You Wanna Go 2:22
9. Medley: The Worst That Could Happen / Wedding Bell Blues 5:09
10. Paper Cup (Remastered 2000) 2:41
11. Last Night I Didn't Get to Sleep At All 3:09
12. Blowing Away (Remastered 2000) 2:29
13. The Girl's Song (Remastered 1997) 3:41
14. Carpet Man (Remastered 1997) 3:03
15. Love's Lines, Angles and Rhymes 4:08
16. Ashes to Ashes 3:50
17. Save the Country 2:38
18. California Soul 3:11
19. Never My Love 3:55
20. Workin' On a Groovy Thing 3:08
21. Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye 3:34

Details

[Edit]

The 5th Dimension were just about the most successful harmony group of the 1960s and The Ultimate 5th Dimension is easily the most comprehensive single-disc collection on the market. It documents the heyday of the group, mostly their late-'60s tenure with Johnny Rivers' Soul City label and a few tracks from their '70s stay at Bell, and it focuses on their singles — their hit singles, that is. Each of the 20 songs here (the 21st track is a previously unreleased song, "Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye") was a Top 35 hit or better. "Aquarius/Let the Sun Shine In" and "Wedding Bell Blues" were their number one smashes; they also had four more Top Ten hits. Even more importantly, they had so many great songs. Their sunny harmonies and lush arrangements gave songs like Laura Nyro's "Sweet Blindness," Jimmy Webb's "Paper Cup," and Neil Sedaka's "Workin' on a Groovy Thing" a light, happy feel that makes them the very definition of "good-time oldies." The disc features liner notes with new interviews with original members of the 5th Dimension, rare photos, and improved sound and is compiled by the group's producer, Bones Howe. This collection is a perfect introduction to the group and should be on every pop music fan's wish list. Even if you already have all their first five albums (which Buddha so graciously reissued before going belly-up and BMG Heritage has kept in print), you will want this disc, since it distills their career into about an hour or so of pure, heavenly gold.