Bobby's biggest Duke hits! Here are Farther Up the Road; That's the Way Love Is; I Pity the Fool; Don't Cry No More; Turn on Your Love Light; I'll Take Care of You; These Hands (Small but Mighty); Stormy Monday Blues , and eight more soulful smash hits.
Greatest Hits Live at the House of Blues [PA] - CD
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Spectacular two disc compilation by the undisputed King of the Blues! 34 tracks, including collaborations with U2, BobbyBland, Gary Moore, and Robert Cray as well as original versions of 'The Thrill Is Gone', 'Paying The Cost To Be The Boss', 'My Lucille' & more, plus live versions of eight cuts. Double slimline jewelcase. 1999 release.
Box Set - The lavishly packaged three-disc box set 50 GREATEST HITS is a solid overview of Reba McEntire's tenure at MCA Records, from 1984 to 2007. Opening with 1984's "How Blue," McEntire's first.
B.B. King is regarded as the King of the Blues, and Original Greatest Hits features some of King's earlier, and lesser known, hits that showcase his commensurate talent and creativity. Released on King's 80th birthday, Original Greatest Hits, over the course of two discs, compiles King's hits from 1952-1962, when he was recording with RPM and Kent Records well before his well known tenure with MCA. While King's early material has seen multiple releases abroad, until now the US has not had the opportunity to
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There are very, very few artists with the hit power of Sir Elton check out this track listing! Your Song; Rocket Man; Honky Cat; Crocodile Rock; Daniel; Goodbye Yellow Brick Road; Bennie and the Jets; Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me; The Bitch Is Back; Philadelphia Freedom; Someone Saved My Life Tonight; Island Girl; Don't Go Breaking My Heart; Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word; Little Jeannie; I Guess That's Why They Call It the Blues; Sad Songs (Say So Much); Nikita; Candle in the Wind; I Don't Wanna Go
The Moody Blues - Greatest Hits & More - 1996 Mercury Records BV The Netherlands, UPC 731453556324 -Two CD Box Set with 34 Tracks
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Baby Loves Jazz: Greatest Hits, Vol. 1 & 2 CD Megaforce 3 months and up Shipping : Related Products Track List Disc 2: Product Description In 2006 the BABY LOVES JAZZ band released it's debut album GO BABY GO to critical acclaim and awards. Last year also saw each member of the band signed to a major book deal via Penguin Books; and now the band has pulled 46 tunes from it's songbook to create a specially priced double CD set guaranteed to keep kids singing along. A splendid mix of kid's classic, original
His Greatest Hits V.2: Long Gone Lonesome Blues Hank Williams Description With Hank Williams, country music truly came of age. He helped bring a modern sound, confidence & clearer definition to the mainstream of a genre which before had been a loose mixture of folk, cowboy & popular music. In a short & troubled lifetime, Williams established himself as a songwriter & hitmaker supreme, a man whose influence has towered over country music for over 50 years. This 25 track compilation of hit & well-known
Although by no means a household name, Willie Mabon was a highly original R&B singer, pianist and songwriter. His early career based mainly in Chicago was very influential over certain developments in Pop, Soul and R&B music. Features all of his big Blues hits of the '50s, such as: "I Don't Know", "I'm Mad", "Poison Ivy" and his original version of Willie Dixon's "The Seventh Son" became an even bigger hit via artists like Mose Allison and Georgie Fame. Thanks to the Beat and Blues boom of the 1960s,
This CD's subtitled "Greatest Hits," but while it does boast a few ( Jambalaya; Shrimp Boats; You Belong to Me; Make Love to Me ), it's really notable for containing some standards not available anywhere else! Other tracks: I'll Be Seeing You; The Gentleman Is a Dope; Embraceable You; Blues in the Night; St, Louis Blues; Come Rain or Come Shine , and four more.