Randy Crawford's greatest hits covers her impressive years within the music business. Her voice is so dynamic, raw and very much deserves to be among the legends such as Ella, Bille and Etta, but I don't think she's seen that way. Street Life is one of my all time favorite songs. Cajun Moon would have to be the second. The greatest hits piece also emphasizes Randy's broad personal taste in music. She's not narrow minded which I love. There is a wonderful version of Bob Dylan's Knocking on Heaven's Door, which she simply does justice to. Also a jazzy version of the Steve Perry/Journey song Who's Cryin Now which I love. Steve Perry is the greatest voice in rock. He is so hot and powerful. I fear anyone taking on a song that has his trademark on it, but Randy does a good job with it. I was disappointed that songs like Bye Bye did not make this album. She's certaintly had more good songs over the years than this album collected, but it's still worth buying.