Epiphany: The Best of Chaka Khan

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16 tracks
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77:54

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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Ain't Nobody 5:14 122,451
2 Papillon (Aka Hot Butterfly) 4:09 18,586
3 Tell Me Something Good (live) 3:35 4,975
4 I Feel For You 5:48 151,987
5 I Know You, I Live You 4:27 13,526
6 I'm Every Woman 4:01 125,526
7 Love Me Still 3:38 18,823
8 The End Of A Love Affair 5:11 13,807
9 And The Melody Still Lingers On (Night In Tunisia) 5:00 5,940
10 Through the Fire 8:41 64,320
11 What Cha' Gonna Do For Me 3:52 22,508
12 Everywhere 4:50 6,694
13 Never Miss the Water 4:46 9,741
14 Somethin' Deep 4:57 5,379
15 Your Love Is All I Know 4:33 5,505
16 Every Little Thing 5:12 6,351

About this album

Epiphany: The Best of Chaka Khan, Vol. 1 a.k.a. I’m Every Woman: The Best of Chaka Khan is a compilation album of recordings by American R&B/funk singer Chaka Khan first released on the Warner Bros. Records label in 1996. Although the compilation, which reached #22 on Billboard’s R&B chart and #51 on Pop, was given the “Vol. 1” tag, it remains without a sequel to date. Vol. 1 was however re-issued by Warner’s sublabel Reprise Records in 1999, then with alternate cover art and under the title I’m Every Woman - The Best of Chaka Khan. The collection was again re-issued as Epiphany: The Best of Chaka Khan, Vol. 1 in 2005, then also on the Reprise label.
After an at the time twenty-three year long career in the music business which spanned over seventeen studio albums (nine solo, eight with the band Rufus) and a combined total of some fifty entries on Billboard’s R&B singles chart, Epiphany was the first best of retrospective to be released, then summarising her recorded output in ten tracks; eight solo hits such as “I’m Every Woman”, “I Feel for You”, “I Know You, I Live You” and “Through The Fire”, combined with two recordings from the Rufus era, “Ain’t Nobody” and “Tell Me Something Good”.
The Epiphany compilation is however mainly notable for including six tracks from what was originally intended to be Khan’s tenth solo album, Dare You To Love Me, recorded between the years 1993 and 1995.

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  • sergyooigres190

    the best song

    27 Jul 2010 Reply
  • mcddrums

    Oh man, it's all about the live stuff. I would love to play with this band... You don't get music like this anymore. The 80's was an amazing era!

    27 Dec 2008 Reply

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