Alicia Keys' overlooked tracks -- Here are a few of the R&B singer's greatest songs that weren't released as singles

By Margeaux Watson
November 16, 2007 at 05:00 AM EST

Alicia Keys’ overlooked tracks

”Fallin”’ got the Grammy winner’s career rolling, but some of her finest tracks were not released as singles

Songs in A Minor (2001)
A bass-heavy ballad for hustlers, buttressed by strings, piano, and a cautionary police siren.

The Life
Songs in A Minor (2001)
A shout-out to Mary J. Blige’s 1994 ghetto-fab opus, My Life.

When You Really Love Someone
The Diary of Alicia Keys (2003)
Old-school soul meets modern-day urban romance drama.

If I Was Your Woman
Unplugged (2005)
Gladys Knight and the Pips should be proud of this powerful cover.

Stolen Moments
Unplugged (2005)
A jazzy, horn-laden groove for lovers that evokes early Erykah Badu.