You're the First, the Last, My Everything - Barry White, Radcliffe, Peter
What Am I Gonna Do With You
I'll Do for You Anything You Want Me To
Let the Music Play
You See the Trouble with Me - Barry White, Parker, Ray  Jr.
My Sweet Summer Suite
Don't Make Me Wait Too Long
I'm Qualified to Satisfy You
Midnight and You - Barry White, Page, Billy
Track Listings (15) - Disc #2
It's Ecstasy When You Lay Down Next to Me - Barry White, Paris, Ekyndauup
Oh What a Night for Dancing
Playing Your Game, Baby - Barry White, Hudman, Smead
Your Sweetness Is My Weakness
Just the Way You Are - Barry White, Joel, Billy
Love Serenade, Pts. 1 & 2
It Ain't Love, Babe (Until You Give It) - Barry White, Politi, Paul Leo
Love Makin' Music - Barry White, Ragovoy, Jerry
Sho' You Right - Barry White, Perry, Jack
Put Me in Your Mix - Barry White, Johnson, Howard [09
Practice What You Preach - Barry White, Levert, Gerald
Come On - Barry White, Harris, James [Prod
Staying Power - Barry White, Holmes, Rory
If the one-disc All-Time Greatest Hits leaves you panting for more, but the three-disc box set Just for You proves that one can, in fact, get enough of Barry White's love, well, then the two-disc Ultimate Collection is the... more » anthology for you. An entire slow-jams industry has been erected in White's wake, but no one has done it better. Call it "funkzac"--an inimitable fusion of lush strings and suave brass dancing on a bed of funk and disco rhythms, with the manly maestro mixed prominently atop his seduction soundscapes. Ultimate Collection serves up enough cherry Barry to produce another baby boom. --W.C. Sweeney« less
If the one-disc All-Time Greatest Hits leaves you panting for more, but the three-disc box set Just for You proves that one can, in fact, get enough of Barry White's love, well, then the two-disc Ultimate Collection is the anthology for you. An entire slow-jams industry has been erected in White's wake, but no one has done it better. Call it "funkzac"--an inimitable fusion of lush strings and suave brass dancing on a bed of funk and disco rhythms, with the manly maestro mixed prominently atop his seduction soundscapes. Ultimate Collection serves up enough cherry Barry to produce another baby boom. --W.C. Sweeney
"This collection of Barry White's hits is completely over the top! It caught my attention one day as I was browsing in the music section. Not ONE of these songs I dislike...and for a double CD set, that's unprecedented. From the 1st cut on the first CD, "I'm gonna love you just a little more, baby" All the way through to, "Practice what you preach" on the second CD, there IS no doubt that Barry hits a COMPLETE grand slam with this effort! My wife and I met while "Secret Garden" was playing at a friend's party and the rest is.....you know, HISTORY! The strings, the brass, the vocals! OH MY...there is no doubt that Barry is still the man, and as the title of one of his songs suggests, "I'm qualified to satisfy you""
This collection is as good as it gets
guillermoj | Washington, DC United States | 04/21/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I've always been a huge Barry White fan, but had forgotten just how many of his songs were true smashes and are as relevant today as when they were originally released. Equally enjoyable for me, were some songs that I had never heard and all I have to say is if song number 7 on the second CD does not bring a combination of laughter and a more than a little heat to your loins, then maybe you are not human... All in all, the collection is not lacking any important songs in the Barry White song book and truly merits a 2 disc set, which can't be said even about other favorites of mine who have done it before. Also, no true fan should be without the star-studded "Secret Garden", which was a single off the Quincy Jones' most recent Grammy-winning CD or Barry's duet with Tina Turner from her "Wildest Dreams" release."
Let The Music Play!
E. B. Hopkins | 06/13/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This collection speaks for itself! Thirty songs and not a single dud! What is here is essential and entertaining. If there is any flaw I can find it would be this: Is this collection suppose to be just Barry White: SOLO artist? There are a few collections from Love Unlimited Orchestra, but still I don't have a problem with it.The really great thing about its collection that it included his 1990s hits "Practice What You Preach" and "Stayin' Power" which is better than his 1994 "All-Time Greatest Hits" on one CD. If you are a fan, but are still not sure about his box set, then this is your ideal pick. Highly recommended!"
Barry White : The Icon of Love
Todd Foster | UNited States | 05/13/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Many people of my generation were probably placed upon this planet because of Barry White. The late master of love was even an icon to the new generation because of his appearances on "Ally Mcbeal". He provided the soundtrack for sex for the entire disco age. Now with the rerelease of what is astetically a greatest hits collection, he should be discovered by generations to come. He prolonged the seduction. He stretched out the verbal foreplay until there was nothing to do but the physical act. And the songs were foreplay on their own. "It's Esctasy When You Lie Next To Me","Staying Power", and the true classic"Can't get Enough of your Love,Babe" are just testaments to this man's musical genius and his love of love. Barry White, thanks for putting me here and the fun in Heaven got a lot more vocal and a lot more fun."