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Best of Christopher Cross
Genres: Pop, Rock
1992 compilation on Warner Brothers featuring a dozen of Cross' all-time greatest. Never released Stateside, it contains his three biggest smashes, the #1's 'Sailing' & 'Arthur's Theme (Best That You Can Do)' and the #2 'R... more »
1992 compilation on Warner Brothers featuring a dozen of Cross' all-time greatest. Never released Stateside, it contains his three biggest smashes, the #1's 'Sailing' & 'Arthur's Theme (Best That You Can Do)' and the #2 'Ride Like The Wind', plus the top 20 hits 'All Right' and 'Say You'll Be Mine' (featuring backing vocals by the late Nicolette Larson).
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Check out "The Definitive Christopher Cross"
nada | Universe | 01/03/2002
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This CD contains some of Cross' hits but before buying this check out the digitally remastered "The Definitive Christopher Cross". It contains nineteen songs, seven of which were top hits, and also includes "A Chance for Heaven" written for the '84 Olympics. If you're a Christopher Cross fan (and who isn't) TDCC is the ultimate collection to date. For further info check out my review on TDCC."
Where is the American counterpart?
Greg McDowell | Tacoma,WA | 12/03/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This release gets 4 stars simply because there has been no effort on the part of Warner Bros. to put together ANY kind of Christopher CRoss compilation! What is with these Neanderthals?! Even Leif Garrett has a compilation CD out, for God's sake... That said, the most essential songs are here: "Sailing," "Ride Like The Wind," Arthur's Theme" and "All Right." But why include "Words Of Wisdom" (From Another Page) when it was never even released as a single? And why put "Love Is Love" on the collection but leave off "Never Be The Same," a top 10 hit single? A definitive (HINT: 2 disc) compilation would include "Think Of Laura," "A Chance At Heaven" (recorded for the 1984 Olympics tribute album) and "The Best Christmas" (1990), as well as several worthwhile songs from his latest releases. Here's hoping this will happen during my lifetime! Until then, this release is well worth the extra cost of admission!"
email@example.com | usa | 08/25/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"i've always dug the mellow tone and groove of Christopher Cross. this collection is the kind of music i can listen to on a Mellow day or weekend. Sailing is a tight laid back track. Ride like the Wind is the kind of track that is a feel good energy type of jam. Michael Mcdonald on the Hook sounds tight. Arhtur's theme is a nice song and I still dig that film. Say You'll be Mine is a good cut as well. Christopher Cross has a strong blend of mid tempo cuts that hold up very well after all of these years."