Barry White Songs Ranked

Barry Eugene Carter (September 12, 1944 – July 4, 2003), better known by his stage name Barry White, was an American singer-songwriter, musician, record producer, and composer. Although he only recorded 19 studio albums during the course of his career, multiple versions and compilations were released worldwide that was certified gold, 41 of which also attained platinum status. White had 20 gold and 10 platinum singles, with worldwide record sales in excess of 100 million records, and is one of the best-selling music artists of all time. His influences included James Cleveland, Ray Charles, Aretha Franklin, Elvis Presley, The Supremes, The Four Tops, and Marvin Gaye. Here are all of Barry White songs ranked.

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10. Oh What a Night for Dancing (Barry White Sings for Someone You Love, 1977)

“Great song I love all of his music, I have his greatest hits set. I listen to it all the time. Great musician of all time! This is one of Barry White’s greatest hits! While he has other extraordinary songs , this one has always been my favorite!”

9. Let the Music Play (Let the Music Play, 1976)

“He has a good smokey voice, but usually his so called Street Symphonies effected me in a negative way, here he turns that over and the results or a more up beat stimuli on my ears, it is rich and seductive, with a rich disco and soul feel to it. This is baby making music”

8. Love’s Theme (Satin & Söul, 1989)

“I love to start my morning with this song it has no words but says a lot because it gets me going and ready for my run.. I love it and I wish they would put this as a ring tone don’t change a thing. Very clear and great quality.”

7. What Am I Gonna Do with You? (Just Another Way to Say I Love You, 1975)

“Barry White has the great voice big orchestra played strings and French horn played since like love unlimited orchestra and gamble and huff orchestra.”

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6. Practice What You Preach (The Icon Is Love, 1994)

“I very much enjoy this song but when I discovered that Gerald Levert wrote it I was overjoyed! I decided to only put Gerald Levert music on my laptop, that that he sang, wrote and produced. Again thank you for having this available.”

5. It’s Ecstasy When You Lay Down Next to Me (Barry White Sings for Someone You Love, 1977)

“Barry White with his sexy voice! He will be forever missed.. but his music lives on. There will never be another like him! The Maestro made music that you could enjoy making love to…how wonderful for happily married folks!”

4. I’m Gonna Love You Just a Little More, Baby (I’ve Got So Much to Give, 1973)

“The best seduction song ever with his voice and beat. Recommend to entice your potential sweetie! The maestro has really a blend of soothing and uplifting funky beats to make this song one of my favorites of all time.”

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3. Never, Never Gonna Give Ya Up (Stone Gon’, 1973)

” His voice is deep velvet and the music classic. I have the entire set of his music but this song is one of my favorites. This music is great for relaxing and I recommend that everyone gets at least one record and I guarantee you wont be sorry!!”

2. You’re the First, the Last, My Everything (Can’t Get Enough, 1974)

“ith the wonderful sweeping orchestration, a funky guitar riff that pops it’s head in every couple of minutes, and syrupy backing vocals behind him, he still ends up becoming the most identifiable element. Why, you as? Well, Barry was at his most sultry and comes off as boyish in this song to me, despite having one of the deepest baritones in contemporary music. With some heartfelt lyrics that when meshed with the instrumentation, You’re the First translates into a killer disco track.”

1. Can’t Get Enough of Your Love, Baby (Can’t Get Enough, 1974)

“This has been tested under strict laboratory conditions, using a variety of moods, stress levels, and random situations over a period of almost two decades. Every single time – that’s a hundred outta hundred – when “Can’t Get Enough of Your Love” comes out of a speaker somewhere within earshot, I light right up. The intro might be the definition of bedroom music, but the rest is just a stone gon’ soulful ode to the wonders and addictive powers of love. I dig it, deep, deep down.”