The George Benson Collection

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The George Benson Collection
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Compilation album by George Benson
Released 1981
Recorded 1968-1981
Genre Jazz
Length 78:54
Label Warner Bros.
Producer Creed Taylor, Tommy LiPuma, Quincy Jones, Arif Mardin, Jay Graydon, Michael Masser
George Benson chronology
Give Me the Night
(1980)Give Me the Night1980
The George Benson Collection
In Your Eyes
(1983)In Your Eyes1983

The George Benson Collection is a compilation album by George Benson, released in 1981. Originally a two-LP set, it was reissued as one compact disc. In addition to previously released material from Benson's tenures with A&M Records, CTI Records, and his then-current label, Warner Bros. Records, the album features two new songs, including Benson's #1 R&B hit "Turn Your Love Around." The George Benson Collection was certified gold by the RIAA.[1]

Track listing[edit]

All tracks originally performed by Benson, except where indicated.

1."Turn Your Love Around"New material3:51
2."Love All the Hurt Way" (with Aretha Franklin)Love All the Hurt Away4:10
3."Give Me the Night"Give Me the Night3:43
4."Cast Your Fate to the Wind" (Vince Guaraldi cover)Good King Bad6:51
5."Never Give Up on a Good Thing"New Material4:06
6."On Broadway" (Drifters cover)Weekend in L.A.5:18
7."White Rabbit" (Jefferson Airplane cover)White Rabbit6:58
8."This Masquerade" (Leon Russell cover)Breezin'3:19
9."Love Ballad" (L.T.D. cover)Livin' Inside Your Love4:17
10."Nature Boy" (Nat "King" Cole cover)In Flight4:20
11."Last Train to Clarksville" (The Monkees cover)Shape of Things to Come5:01
12."Livin' Inside Your Love" (Earl Klugh cover)Livin' Inside Your Love6:38
13."Here Comes the Sun" (The Beatles cover)The Other Side of Abbey Road2:33
14."Breezin'" (Gábor Szabó cover)Breezin'5:39
15."Moody's Mood" (James Moody cover)Give Me the Night3:26
16."We Got the Love" (with Chaka Khan)Chaka3:28
17."The Greatest Love of All"The Greatest soundtrack5:33

NOTE: "Cast Your Fate to the Wind" was omitted from the album's CD release due to the 74-minute storage capacity of CDs at the time.


  1. ^ "American album certifications – George Benson – The George Benson Collection". Recording Industry Association of America.  If necessary, click Advanced, then click Format, then select Album, then click SEARCH