Simply Red – 25: The Greatest Hits

Written by on February 3, 2011 in February 3, 2011, Music Reviews - Comments Off on Simply Red – 25: The Greatest Hits

Simply RedBeing declared as one of Britain’s best musical exports of all time, Mick Hucknall’s Simply Red has had its musical journey, now you can relive it, with “25: The Greatest Hits”. An album containing material from the 25-year career that Mick full filled, with such emotion, ambition, and energy to spare, you knew after listening that his music would embrace you.

But now we can sit back and admire what he’s done over the course of his musical career, 10 studio albums, over 50 million global sales, getting 30 Top 40 UK singles, winning numerous awards; three Brits, two Ivor Novells, and a Mobo Special Achievement. He has done it all and this set proves the work first hand. The most memorable highlighted tunes includes, “Holding Back the Years”, “It’s Only Love,” “Never Never Love”, and “Money’s Too Tight (To Mention)”, keep that Simply Red quality alive and well from start to finish.

Simply Red has run its course and Mick is what brought the band out onto the scene and once we got introduced to that monumental passion, music, and emotion it was a whole another tale to tell.