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Aaron Neville, Ultimate Collection

Audio CD

Disk ID: 27803

Disk length: 1h 9m 33s (20 Tracks)

Original Release Date: 2001

Label: Unknown

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Tracks & Durations

1. To Make Me Who I Am 5:32
2. Don't Know Much 3:34
3. For Your Precious Love 3:58
4. Everybody Plays The Fool 4:30
5. A Change Is Gonna Come 3:42
6. Arianne 4:46
7. Warm Your Heart 3:50
8. Hercules 3:41
9. Why Worry 2:31
10. Sweet Little Mama 2:37
11. Over You 2:19
12. I'm Waitin' At the Station 2:23
13. Jailhouse 3:12
14. Mojo Hannah 3:54
15. Show Me the Way 2:29
16. Ten Commandments of Love 3:47
17. You Never Can Tell 2:53
18. All My Life 3:30
19. Pledging My Love 3:35
20. Tell It Like It Is 2:39

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Aaron Neville's story is one of struggling and trouble, but ultimately triumph. He's labored on the docks of his hometown, battled with narcotics addiction and done jail time. However, he overcame his personal demons to become an international radio favorite, a multi-Grammy. Award winner and, along the way, even entertained the President of the United States.

The third of four bothers, Aaron Neville - whose voice at times seems to on loan from a higher power - was born January 24, 1941, and grew up in a close knit family on Valence Street in Uptown New Orleans before moving to the newly constructed Calliope Projects. Neville's father, Arthur, worked in the merchant marine and drove a cab; his mother, Amelia, took care of rearing the children.

"My mother was the sweetest and most understanding woman I ever knew," said Neville. "She read us Peter Rabbit. I've always felt I got my strength from my father, my compassion from my mother."

As a youth, Neville was a fan of radio serials, especially those with a Western theme. When he had some change in his pocket, he'd go to the Carver or the nearby Gallo Theater to watch Roy Rogers, Lone Ranger, Hop Along Cassidy and Gene Autry films. Inspired by what he say at the movies, Neville organized games of Cowboys and Indians in the Calliope's courtyard. He referred to himself as "Apache Red" and terrorized his playmates on a stick horse he made from his mother's floor mop.

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