George michael listen without prejudice - an interview with george michael


In December 1991, Michael released " Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me ", a duet with Elton John ; it reached number one in the UK and US. [2] [6] In 1992, Michael recorded " Too Funky ", for the charity project Red Hot + Dance ; the song reached number four in the UK and number ten in the US. [2] [6] In 1993, Michael released the Five Live EP, which contained tracks performed at The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert with Queen and Lisa Stansfield . It debuted at number one in the UK and was certified Gold. [2] [3] In early 1996, Michael released " Jesus to a Child ", a UK number-one single. [2] The follow-up " Fastlove ", also peaked at number one in the UK. [2] Following "Fastlove", the album Older was released, in May 1996. Other singles from the album included " Spinning the Wheel ", " Star People '97 " and the double A-sides " Older / I Can't Make You Love Me " and " You Have Been Loved / The Strangest Thing '97 ". All of these reached the UK top three. [2] Michael released his first greatest hits collection, Ladies & Gentlemen: The Best of George Michael , in November 1998; it contained the new songs " Outside " and " As ", a duet with Mary J. Blige . The album was Michael's most successful in the UK, reaching number one and it was certified 8× Platinum. [2] [3]

The “vastly different” version of the upbeat track, was originally released as a b-side in 1990 and then as a bonus track on the 2011 “Faith” album deluxe re-release , the BBC notes . 


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