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Revolutions: The Very Best of Steve Winwood

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Steve Winwood 6/8/2010

Review

The single-disc distillation of Universal’s 2010 four-disc box set Revolutions: The Very Best of Steve Winwood offers as well-balanced a look at Winwood’s career as could possibly be done in a 17-track collection. Opening with a pair of the Spencer Davis Group’s biggest hits (“Gimme Some Lovin’,” “I’m a Man”), this then gives way to five selections from Traffic, including “Dear Mr. Fantasy” and “Glad,” and a stop at Blind Faith’s “Can’t Find My Way Home” before winding through all of his ‘80s solo hits (substituting a new 2010 version of “Spanish Dancer” for the original), concluding with a duet with Eric Clapton on “Dirty City.” There may be a few other tracks that could have made the cut, but what is here provides an effective introductory sampler to Winwood’s wide-ranging career. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Gimme Some Lovin' Steve Winwood 2:54
  3. 2 I'm a Man Steve Winwood 2:53
  4. 3 Forty Thousand Headmen Steve Winwood 3:13
  5. 4 No Face, No Name, No Number Steve Winwood 3:29
  6. 5 Dear Mr. Fantasy Steve Winwood 5:35
  7. 6 The Low Spark of High-Heeled Boys Steve Winwood 11:27
  8. 7 Glad Steve Winwood 6:59
  9. 8 Can't Find My Way Home Steve Winwood 3:15
  10. 9 While You See a Chance Steve Winwood 4:6
  11. 10 Valerie Steve Winwood 4:6
  12. 11 Spanish Dancer 2010 [Radio Edit] Steve Winwood 3:28
  13. 12 Finer Things Steve Winwood 4:8
  14. 13 Higher Love Steve Winwood 5:43
  15. 14 Back in the High Life Again Steve Winwood 4:21
  16. 15 Roll with It Steve Winwood 4:27
  17. 16 Dirty City Steve Winwood 4:0
  18. 17 Don't You Know What the Night Can Do? Steve Winwood 4:26

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