Artist: Gladys Knight
Title Of Album: Another Journey
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Many Roads Records
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 38:27 Min
Total Size: 103 Mb
1. Old School
2. I Who Have Nothing
3. The Dream
4. All in Due Time
6. I L-O-V-E Y-O-U
7. I Hope You Dance
8. I Who Have Nothing (club Remix)
9. Searching for the Real Thing
In June 2013, Knight released her much anticipated 8th solo album, Another Journey, featuring the hit “I Who Have Nothing.” The album also features the up-tempo track “Settle,” produced by Randy Jackson, with whom she previously collaborated with on her Grammy-winning album At Last.
Georgia-born Knight began performing gospel music at age four. Three years later, she won the grand prize on Ted Mack’s Amateur Hour, and the following year, she, along with her brother Bubba, her sister Brenda and her cousins William and Elenor Guest, formed The Pips. In 1959, Brenda and Elenor left the group, replaced by cousin Edward Patten and friend Langston George. The group was renamed Gladys Knight & The Pips, and following George’s departure in 1962, the classic line-up was in place.
The group debuted their first album in 1960 when Knight was just 16. They went on to achieve iconic status, having recorded some of the most memorable songs of the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s. Top 20 hits like “Every Beat of My Heart,” “Letter Full of Tears,” “I Heard it Through the Grapevine” and “If I Were Your Woman,” set the stage for an amazing run in the mid-1970s, with Top 10 gold-certified singles like “Neither One of Us (Wants to be the First to Say Goodbye),” “I’ve Got to Use My Imagination,” “Best Thing to Ever Happen to Me” and the #1 smash “Midnight Train to Georgia” established Gladys Knight and The Pips as the premiere pop/R&B vocal ensemble in the world. Knight enjoyed another #1 hit in 1985 when she teamed with Stevie Wonder, Elton John and Dionne Warwick on “That’s What Friends Are For.” Recently, Knight reunited with her collaborators for the first time in 25 years for the anniversary of their historic “That’s What Friends Are For” performance benefiting AIDS research.
All told, Knight has recorded more than 39 albums over the years, including five solo albums during the past decade: Good Woman (1991); Just for You (1994); Many Different Roads (1999); At Last (2001) and Another Journey (2013).
In 1995, Knight earned her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and the next year, Gladys Knight & The Pips were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Knight published an autobiography, Between Each Line of Pain and Glory in 1997, and the next year, she and The Pips were presented with the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Rhythm & Blues Hall of Fame.
Adding to her already impressive collection (7), Knight won another Grammy for her duet with the late Ray Charles on his posthumous album Genius Loves Company (2005). The duo won for Best Gospel Performance for their duet “Heaven Help Us All.”