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Greatest Hits
Pat Boone
Greatest Hits
Genres: Pop, Rock, Broadway & Vocalists
 
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All Artists: Pat Boone
Title: Greatest Hits
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Mca
Original Release Date: 9/28/1993
Release Date: 9/28/1993
Genres: Pop, Rock, Broadway & Vocalists
Styles: Oldies, Teen Pop, Vocal Pop, Traditional Vocal Pop
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 008811088521, 008811088545

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Steve R. from FORT COLLINS, CO
Reviewed on 6/22/2010...
At the very core of Pat's success. Smooth, sophisticated, super music!

CD Reviews

These Are The Originals
T. Everett | Los Angeles, CA USA | 07/26/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)

"As I was involved in putting the Pat Boone album on this page together (interviewing Pat for the liner notes), I should reiterate that these are the original Dot label recordings, which MCA now owns; that the reviews saying they are not refer to the Curb Record collection, which also has fewer tracks. How this got messed up, I don't know, but the MCA collection (and Volume 2, on Varese Sarabande) are the originals, both compiled with Pat's approval."
Unintentional Pioneer
Henry R. Kujawa | "The Forbidden Zone" (Camden, NJ) | 10/23/2002
(3 out of 5 stars)

"Along with Rick Nelson, Pat Boone was an artist in the 50's who helped make what had been called "race" music popular to non-black audiences-- outselling the originals while no doubt leading many to seek out what the originals really sounded like. (The Beatles' early recordings had the same effect on me, introducing me to earlier artists I might not have found otherwise.) For someone like me, who doesn't rank Boone as highly as dozens or even hundereds of other artists (call it personal taste) this is an EXCELLENT collection that features his early R&B covers, and a nice selection of his later "shmaltzy" stuff. Sure, I don't play it much-- but I can't argue with the quality & beauty of the stuff here!However, my favorite song here is the one Pat says his manager urged him NOT to record, as by then he'd put rock & roll behind him: "Speedy Gonzales"! I find it hard to believe the story that Pat's manager somehow invited his friend Mel Blanc to contribute to the recording without realizing Blanc was ALREADY the voice of the cartoon mouse! (Talk about too silly for words.) That it became Pat's BIGGEST-selling single only proves to me that Boone, if anything, had better instincts that his manager. GO, PAT! I only wish they'd have included the MONO 45 mix, as it has more "punch" than the stereo version here. This is a common problem with repackages; if they're giving us the "hits", they should make sure it's really the "hit" versions! The same thing plagued The Monkees' "Pleasant Valley Sunday" for over 2 decades' worth of reissues..."