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Greatest Hits

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Lovergirl
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Work It
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Ooo La La La
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If I Were A Bell
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Dear Lover
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Here's Looking At You
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Call Me (I Got Yo Number)
Artist: Teena Marie featuring Rick James
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Cassanova Brown
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My Dear Mr. Gaye
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Out On Limb
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Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 57:34

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It's still Hot!

Nikia

Ooo La La la 2 Thumbs up!

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Classic

germ416

If you are new to Teena please download "Out on a Limb". You're welcome.

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mz_media

love that we've finally got some teena out here . . . one of the best female r&b voices of ALL time. But, how do you not have "Tune in Tomorrow" and "You make Love Like Springtime" on any of these greatest hits albums??!!

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Another Greatest Hits!!!

isaacmusicman

Blahhh!!! Here is another greatest hit collection that fails in comparison to what a collection could be. Even though Ms. Teena Marie, to me, is not an album artist, she has over 30 years of staight up terrific stuff!! I know there is another collection by Hip-O records, and I know that its like taboo for record companies to intertwine their material (in her case Motown and Sony), but give me a break, this collection is too short even for her Sony material! Another greatest hits collection in the pasture!!!

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This is easy!

EMUSIC-0201F65E

Even after all these years teenas voice is timeless, it's like hearing it for the very first time! There is so much more she has to give.

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TEENA MARIE GREATEST HITS

BNGOOD2N4ME

THIS IS A MUST HAVE DON'T SLEEP SHE IS A DIVA AND ALWAYS WILL THIS LP HAS IT ALL AND YOU WILL BE SET.

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Remembering Teena Marie

By Barry Walters, Contributor

According to reports, Teena Marie died peacefully in her sleep the day after Christmas. To Top 40 followers, Marie was primarily the voice of 1984's Prince-like hit "Lovergirl." Although she was recovering from a recent grand mal seizure, this 54-year-old Californian was scheduled to perform in Atlanta on New Year's Day. To those who knew the scope of Mary Christine Brockert's catalog, such a casual, apparently peaceful passing seemed altogether wrong. The Teena Marie publicly projected… more »

They Say All Music Guide

In 1991, Epic Records offered an overview of Teena Marie’s eight-year, four-album tenure with the label with this 58-minute best-of CD, which boasts mostly first-rate material, but misses some high points and should have been ten to 15 minutes longer. The more obvious choices — such as the rock-influenced “Lovergirl” (one of Lady T’s few pop hits), the ballad “Dear Lover,” and “Ooo La La La” — are included along with some pearls that weren’t major hits, like her poignant tribute to Marvin Gaye, “My Dear Mr. Gaye,” and her jazz ballad “Cassanova Brown.” But amazingly, the collection omits 1983′s “Fix It” — her first hit after leaving Motown and resurfacing on Epic. – Alex Henderson

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