Cover image for Steppin' out the very best of Joe Jackson.
Title:
Steppin' out the very best of Joe Jackson.
Author:
Jackson, Joe, 1954-
Personal Author:
Publication Information:
Santa Monica, CA : A&M Records : Distributed by Universal Music & Video Distribution, [2001]

â„—2001
Physical Description:
2 audio discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
General Note:
Compact discs.

Compilation of tracks originally recorded and released 1979-1991.

Program notes by Scott Schinder inserted in container.
Contents:
Is she really going out with him? ; Sunday papers ; One more time ; Got the time ; Look sharp ; Fools in love ; On your radio ; It's different for girls ; I'm the man ; Friday ; Don't wanna be like that ; Harder they come ; Enough is not enough ; Beat crazy One to one ; Biology ; Someone up there ; Jumpin' jive ; Real men ; A slow song -- Another world ; Steppin' out ; Breaking us in two ; Memphis ; You can't get what you want (till you know what you want) ; Happy ending ; Be my number two ; Right and wrong ; Home town ; Precious time ; Down to London ; Me and you (against the world) ; Rant and rave ; Nineteen forever ; Obvious song ; Stranger than fiction ; Man who wrote Danny boy ; Stranger than you.
UPC:
731455653724
Format :
Music CD

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Summary

Summary

Spanning two discs and 38 songs, A&M's 2001 release Steppin' Out: The Very Best of Joe Jackson provides about as complete an overview of Joe Jackson's prime years as most listeners could want. Sure, this will not have everything that a hardcore fan loves, but it will have everything that a serious fan, who doesn't want to buy actual albums, needs: all the hits, plus most of the significant album tracks. For a while, Jackson was one of the most vital singer/songwriters around, testing his limits with each album and writing fine songs along the way. This album collects them all, proving that he was a formidable talent at the peak of his powers. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine


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