|Best of the Soul Years|
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|Released||14 August 2015|
|Jimmy Barnes chronology|
Best of the Soul Years is a 2015 compilation album by Australian singer-songwriter, Jimmy Barnes. The album is compiled from his three platinum-selling albums of soul and R&B classics; Soul Deep (1991), Soul Deeper... Songs from the Deep South (2000) and The Rhythm and the Blues (2009). The album also includes two new recordings, "In the Midnight Hour" and "Mustang Sally".The album was released in Australia on 14 August 2015 and peaked at number 3.
Best of the Soul Years debuted and peaked at number 3 in Barnes' native Australia.
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