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Collection 3: Right Or Wrong / Rarities
Genres: Country, Pop, Rock
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A Two-Fer from The Dove!
Thomas J. Diehl | Rensselaer, NY United States | 05/13/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Tracks 1-12 are the original Right Or Wrong lp, with the original stereo content, with the exception of Hello Pretty Girl which was stereo on the original album being in mono on here. There is some record noise on some of the tracks, and To Each His Own has the beginning note clipped off. Tracks 11 and 12 are the stereo album versions. The mono single mixes havent appeared on cd.1. Hello Pretty Girl
2. There's No One Out There for Me
3. To Each His Own
4. Baby, Put Your Arms Around Me
5. No Greater Love
6. Right or Wrong
7. I'll String Along With You
8. Keep It a Secret
10. I Believed in You
11. Sweeter Than Sugar
12. Say YouTracks 13-24 "Rareties" although these songs never made up an album of that title.
13. I Remember (apparently, a previously unreleased track)
14. Short Walk from Heaven (apparently, a previously unreleased track)
15. Slowly (apparently, a previously unreleased track)
16. Angel in Your Eyes (apparently, a previously unreleased version, as it is not the same one as is on the MC 45, which I assume is the same version that was on the MC album)
17. New Old-Fashioned Love (From the 1977 MC album of the same name)
18. Songs We Sang as Children (From the same LP as 17)
19. Add Love (First released as an lp cut on Greatest Hits Volume 2, the beginning is clipped off on here)
20. You Made Me Love You (First released as an lp cut on Greatest Hits Volume 2, the beginning is clipped off on here)
21. Drina (Take Your Lady off for Me) A 45 from 1975, the beginning is cut off, and this version appears to be wider stereo than the original 45.
22. I Don't Hurt Anymore (Apparently, a previously unreleased track)
23. I'll Be Around
24. Lover Boy23 and 24 were the B and A sides of Ronnie's first 45 ever from 1959 with his band The Bell-Tones. Perhaps a dozen original black vinyl 45 rpm copies still exist, the best of which, beat up as it was, was used to master these two songs to cd. A fan of Ronnie pressed up 500 copies of the single on green vinyl with a picture sleeve in the late 90s, and those have quickly become a collectors item."