Tom Jones

Reunited

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Singer and Las Vegas fixture Tom Jones does what he does best on this album -- entertains. Reunited is a fitting title for this 20-track offering, since he reunites with a number of very talented friends to do some dazzling duets of well-known hits like "We Can Work It Out," "Girl From New York City," "Endless Love," "Upside Down," "Our Day Will Come," and "He's So Shy." His duet partners on this recording include Tina Turner, Isaac Hayes, Gladys Knight, and many others you'll probably find on your list of old favorites. Jones has been working his magic on audiences -- largely female-filled audiences where flying underwear isn't unusual -- for decades, winning fans over with tunes such as "What's New Pussycat?" and "It's Not Unusual." He has moved comfortably between a number of styles of music along the way, such as pop, rock, show tunes, dance, and even some country. Fans will find many of those styles on this album that was completed in the spring of 2000.

Track Listing

Sample Title/Composer Performer Time
1
feat: Chaka Khan
2:37
2
feat: Tina Turner
2:31
3 2:16
4
feat: Donny Osmond
2:53
5
feat: Isaac Hayes
2:19
6 2:22
7 2:42
8 2:48
9 2:16
10 2:27
11
feat: Paul Anka
2:22
12 2:03
13 3:08
14
feat: Sondra Locke
2:28
15 1:02
16 2:33
17
feat: Susan Anton
2:40
18 1:52
19
feat: Marie Osmond
2:28
20 2:09
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