Greatest Hits, Vol. 1 is a collection of ten previously released singles by Ray Stevens, released in 1987. Of the selections of songs, three were recorded for the record label of Monument Records ("Gitarzan," "Along Came Jones," and "Ahab the Arab,"), four for Barnaby Records ("Everything Is Beautiful," "Turn Your Radio On," "The Streak," "Misty"), one for RCA Records ("Shriner's Convention"), and two for MCA Records
Greatest Hits, Vol. 1 - Nelly the Elephant, Desolation Valley, It's All Over and 7 more tracks from this album here for free. More albums by this artist. Greatest Hits, Vol. 1. From: Nektar. Count: 7. Views: 15. 1 tracks.
Bittersweet Intimate Literate Reflective Yearning Earnest Earthy Poignant Sentimental Organic. In the liner notes for Greatest Hits, Vol. 1, Loftus Cuddy (n Jim's brother) admits that the selection for a hits compilation for a band whose catalog is as massive and filled with possibilities as Blue Rodeo's is a difficult proposition unto itself. That being said, Greatest Hits is exactly what it claims to be: it has the singles, the hits that have made Blue Rodeo the best band in Canada.
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Songs from Greatest Hits, Vol. 1 by Chingy, Chingy feat. Jazze Pha, Jody Breeze, Fabo (D4L), Yung Joc, Cherish. Tracks count: 18. Views: 19. Chingy - Right Thurr 04:10. Chingy, Tyrese - Pullin' Me Back 03:54.
The name of this feature series is Greatest Hits, but Leonard Cohen isn’t remembered for being a chart topper. The Canadian singer/songwriter didn’t write songs that catered to the trends of the moment. That did happen a few times-with the mixed disco experiment and Phil Spector collaboration of Death of a Ladies’ Man in 1977 and the synth-laden adult contemporary of Various Positions in 1984 (I’m Your Man is almost too weird to put in an ’80s context). It was the first Cohen song I had ever heard, the 1994 Cohen Live version playing on a friends’ parents stereo when I was in junior high. I didn’t know what to make of it at the time, but it intrigued me. It’s become a live staple for Cohen since its 1984 release, typically a set opener at his lengthy concerts of the 21st century, perhaps the best version of which can be heard on 2009′s Live in London.