Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Johnny Lee - Greatest Hits
Genres: Country, Pop
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An excellent summation of Johnny's career
Bradley Olson | Bemidji, MN United States | 12/12/1998
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This collection of Johnny's greatest hits contains almost all of the top 10 hits with a few top 10 hits missing. This is the place to look for "Lookin' For Love," and "Cherokee Fiddle," if you don't want to buy the Urban Cowboy Soundtrack or if you want to hear some of his other hits. This is essential Urban Cowboy era country music. Beware of Curb Records' cheaper compilation of Johnny's music as it contains mostly non-hits with only Lookin' For Love and Cherokee Fiddle being the hits, this is the disc to buy instead as it is affordable and as I said earlier, contains most of his top 10 hits."
Long Live Johnny Lee!
Melvin Hunt | Cleveland,, Texas United States | 08/06/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"When you hear of Johnny Lee you automatically have visions of
Gilley's and "Urban Cowboy".At one time he was the hottest
artist in the great state of Texas.Even today on the Houston
golden oldie country and western music station you hear a very
steady flow of Johnny Lee songs.This CD has some of his best and
most notable songs.You will hear "Lookin For Love","Cherokee
Fiddle","Bet Your Heart On Me",and "Could Have Heard a Heart
Break".I was confused as to why the song "Yellow Rose of Texas"
was left off of this CD.This was the theme song for a television
show also titled "Yellow Rose of Texas".Buy this CD and listen to
it. You will be treated to some outstanding music."
Excellent collection, but where's the rest of his hits??
Tim Rehagen | 01/02/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I am a big fan of Johnny Lee!! This is obviously the best and only Greatest Hits collection that features most of his hits. The only problem is that rest of his hits he had after this album was released are absolutely nowhere to be found! Those songs include You Could've Heard A Heart Break(#1), Rollin' Lonely(#9), and Save The Last Chance(#12). I've seen his duet with Lane Brody, The Yellow Rose, on CD before but now that song is hard to get. But as far as I know, the other three have never been on CD. To me, that's ridiculous because they all charted well and are just as good as the songs on this Greatest Hits. I know this album came along before those 3 hits, but you would think that by now, they would have come out with another hits collection from him containing ALL of the hits that he had throughout his career. It seems that for every artist who had a decent amount of hits or more, there's always a few songs out of the whole bunch that are impossible to get. I've been trying to figure out why for years. But for now, this is the best possible Greatest Hits collection from Johnny Lee you can get."