Sony Music releases more 'Essential' CDs
() - June 8, 2009 - 12:00am

MANILA, Philippines - John Denver, Yo-yo Ma, Michael Jackson, Barbra Streisand, Billy Joel, Elvis Presley, Journey, Earth Wind and Fire, Heart, Bruce Springsteen, Hall and Oates and Tony Bennett have made an indelible mark in music all over world. Their songs captured every heart, topped the charts and have influenced generations of fans and music lovers.

In honor of these music legends, Sony Music releases the definitive, career-spanning and comprehensive The Essential Limited Edition 3.0 Series featuring the biggest hits and best loved songs from the most famous artists in music history — newly expanded to three CDs.

Each package includes materials not previously issued in an Essential package — at least two and a half hours of classic music. The Essential Elvis Presley features eight additional tracks like (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear and Guitar Man. Fans of Barbra will enjoy seven additional tracks in her Essential collection such as Funny Girl and (It’s Gonna Be A) Great Day. For the first time, Michael Jackson’s Essential Collection includes Can’t Get Outta The Rain and Say Say Say (with Sir Paul McCartney) plus eight additional tracks. Hear Journey’s live version of Don’t Stop Believin’ as well as the track Suzanne when Steve Perry was still the vocalist. Classics like My Funny Valentine and Quiet Nights For Quiet Stars (Corcovado) are some additional tracks from the Essential Tony Bennett. Also groove to Earth, Wind and Fire’s collection as it puts in Spirit and live version of Sun Goddess with Ramsey Lewis.

The Essential Limited Edition 3 Series is out in leading record stores nationwide.

BARBRA STREISAND BILLY JOEL BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN EARTH WIND AND FIRE ELVIS PRESLEY ESSENTIAL ESSENTIAL COLLECTION ESSENTIAL ELVIS PRESLEY ESSENTIAL LIMITED EDITION ESSENTIAL TONY BENNETT MICHAEL JACKSON
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