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Ultimate Kenny G


Download links and information about Ultimate Kenny G by Kenny G. This album was released in 2003 and it belongs to Jazz, Contemporary Jazz, Crossover Jazz, Rock, Pop, Smooth Jazz genres. It contains 19 tracks with total duration of 01:18:58 minutes.

Artist: Kenny G
Release date: 2003
Genre: Jazz, Contemporary Jazz, Crossover Jazz, Rock, Pop, Smooth Jazz
Tracks: 19
Duration: 01:18:58
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No. Title Length
1. Everlasting (Previously Unreleased / Instrumental) 4:16
2. Havana (New Edit) 3:58
3. Brazil (Radio Edit) 4:10
4. What a Wonderful World (featuring Louis Armstrong) 2:59
5. The Look of Love 5:15
6. Silhouette 4:26
7. One More Time (feat. Chante Moore) (featuring Chanté Moore / Chante Moore) 4:01
8. Theme from Dying Young 3:59
9. Forever In Love 4:06
10. We've Saved the Best for Last 4:16
11. Songbird 3:55
12. Jasmine Flower 4:36
13. The Girl from Ipanema (feat. Bebel Gilberto) (featuring Bebel Gilberto) 4:00
14. By the Time This Night Is Over 4:22
15. The Champion's Theme 4:17
16. Don't Make Me Wait for Love 4:02
17. The Moment (Radio Edit) 4:39
18. My Heart Will Go On (Love Theme from "Titanic") 4:21
19. The Wedding Song 3:20



Kenny G had a hits collection in 1997, spanning 17 songs and perfectly capturing the time when the smooth jazz saxophonist was one of the most reliable hitmakers in mainstream pop. Released in 2003, Ultimate Kenny G covers more territory, including two previously unreleased tracks (one being a cover of "My Heart Will Go On"), which does not necessarily mean that it's a superior collection, particularly because the albums he released since 1997 didn't quite qualify as big hits or as his best material. This gives the album a slightly stronger MOR bent — which, of course, is remarkable, since Kenny G has always traveled in the middle of the road, but the emphasis on covers ("The Girl from Ipanema," "What a Wonderful World," "The Look of Love," "The Wedding Song") emphasizes this strain in his music; plus, the newer numbers are slicker and more polished than before. This is a small matter, since most of the collection is given over to his biggest songs, but it is enough to recommend Greatest Hits over this collection, even if this will likely satisfy the needs of most casual listeners.