Say a Prayer [Morales Mix] - Taylor Dayne, Dayne, Taylor
Tell It to My Heart - Taylor Dayne, Gold, Ernie
I'll Always Love You - Taylor Dayne, Coleman, Steve & Th
Can't Get Enough of Your Love, Babe - Taylor Dayne, White, Barry
With Every Beat of My Heart - Taylor Dayne, Baker, Arthur 
Love Will Lead You Back - Taylor Dayne, Warren, Diane
Don't Rush Me - Taylor Dayne, Forbes, Alexandra
Prove Your Love - Taylor Dayne, Roman, Arnie
I'll Be Your Shelter - Taylor Dayne, Warren, Diane
Heart of Stone - Taylor Dayne, Bowden, Carolyn
Send Me a Lover - Taylor Dayne, Hahn, Rick
I'll Wait [E-Smoove Hot Mix] - Taylor Dayne, Anthony, Michael [1
Tell It to My Heart [T-Empo Remix] - Taylor Dayne, Gold, Ernie
Say a Prayer [Vission Lorimer Mix] - Taylor Dayne, Dayne, Taylor
Taylor Dayne made her reputation as a latter-day disco diva whose hits "Tell It to My Heart" and "Can't Get Enough of Your Love" (the latter a remake of the famed Barry White hit) showed off her big, brassy voice, an instr... more »ument that seldom surrendered to the '80s-style synth-pop production that (unfortunately) almost always accompanied it. Greatest Hits collects the best of Dayne's three albums and keeps the tempo shifting nicely between ballads (which Dayne excels at) and uptempo dance tunes (including several new remixes). Her material has its limitations, but the power of Dayne's voice is never in question. --Daniel Durchholz« less
Taylor Dayne made her reputation as a latter-day disco diva whose hits "Tell It to My Heart" and "Can't Get Enough of Your Love" (the latter a remake of the famed Barry White hit) showed off her big, brassy voice, an instrument that seldom surrendered to the '80s-style synth-pop production that (unfortunately) almost always accompanied it. Greatest Hits collects the best of Dayne's three albums and keeps the tempo shifting nicely between ballads (which Dayne excels at) and uptempo dance tunes (including several new remixes). Her material has its limitations, but the power of Dayne's voice is never in question. --Daniel Durchholz
"One of the greatest dance pop singers to come out of the eighties was Long Island's Taylor Dayne. Possessed of a voice that could literally wipe the floor with the competition(only Whitney Houston matched her vocally), she churned out a string of dance-pop and ballad hits, starting with 'Tell It To My Heart'. This collection is a sterling sample of some of Dayne's finest moments, with 'I'll Be Your Shelter' and 'Heart Of Stone' giving wonderfully opposing ends of the spectrum to which Dayne could easily gravitate. It also contains the essential tracks from her mediocre '93 set SOUL DANCING, including her exquisite reworking of Barry White's 'Can't Get Enough Of Your Love'. It's too bad that her label seemingly gave up on her after that project--that single and 'Send Me A Lover' should have been huge and furthered her cause, but instead were pretty much met with indifference. Nonetheless, this is essential listening for fans of superior eighties pop(also noteworthy are her '89 album CAN'T FIGHT FATE and last project NAKED WITHOUT YOU). Highly recommended."
One of the best singers of the 80's.
Javier Lopez | Peru | 04/26/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"It's almost impossible not to remember Taylor Dayne. She released several hits in the 80's and this cd it's a proof of that.
Some of her biggest songs are her Top 10 singles; "Tell it to my heart", "With every beat of my heart", "Don't rush me", "Say a prayer" and her #1 "Love will lead you back".
She also had several Grammy nominations and 2 of her albums were Platinum x2.
One of my favorite songs in this album is the cover from Barry White "Can't get enough from your love".I strongly recommend this cd. It's been a long time but I still enjoy Taylor's music.If you like her music you'll also like Anastacia, who has her style and voice."
Her Greatest Hits
Chris S. | 08/08/2000
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Driven by Ric Wake's production, Taylor Dayne emerged as a top performer in the late eighties. Her soulful voice soared over sparkling pop songs, programmed to become hits. With a careful selection of club friendly dance and consumable ballads Taylor was soon catapulted into stardom. Her albums `Tell It To My Heart' and `Can't Fight Fate' both went double platinum and spawned eight US top ten hits - a remarkable achievement. It can safely be said that this `greatest hits' set was issued much too soon. The compilation has little to offer to those who own some of her earlier albums, as there are no new recordings included. The `new' tracks are a remix of `Tell It To My Heart' + plus two remixes of `Say A Prayer', a song taken from her third album `Soul Dancing'. The resulting 11 tracks are those `greatest hits'.The album includes five ballads, most notably `I'll Always Love You' and `Love Will Lead You Back'. `I'll Be Your Shelter' and `Heart Of Stone' are also still pleasant pop songs. `Send Me A Lover' is one of her less known songs, which is a shame, because it's a stunning composition and Taylor is much more in control of her vocal instrument - making it the strongest ballad on here. It is arguably the strongest moment of this collection.Yet, Taylor is also known for her radio-friendly popdance. `Tell It To My Heart' dominates, both in the original version and the even more uptempo T-empo remix. Other songs, such as `Prove Your Love', are perhaps a bit too much throwaway pop, . Pleasant exceptions are the hardhitting `Ill Wait' and her credible rendition of Barry White's `Can't Get Enough Of Your Love'.Taylor Dayne's `Greatest Hits' is a pleasant album, which brings back memories of her glory days. It's still a premature compilation which doesn't add a lot if you already her other albums. However, if you don't, this release is the perfect document to those irresistible hits of the past."
Aaron | Ohio, USA | 08/10/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Taylor Dayne had a fabulous voice. A sort of cross between Whitney Houston and Kylie Minogue. It's a shame she didn't survive the mid-90's grunge and gangsta rap period. She had an impressive amount of top 10 hits. Even more than Debbie Gibson or Tiffany who are probably both remembered over Ms. Dayne. Her biggest hits being "Tell It to My Heart", "Don't Rush Me", "I'll Always Love You", and her #1 smash "Love Will Lead You Back" (all represented here.)Also here are her other considerably large songs "Prove Your Love", "Can't Get Enough of Your love' and one of my personal favorites, the Diane Warren penned "I'll Be Your Shelter." Perhaps her most underrated song "Send Me A Lover" is also generously included. I don't think it was a big hit, although it might have been a minor hit. So for fans of late 80's/early 90's pop, Taylor Dayne's "Greatest Hits" is a must have. Her voice stood out from the rest and it's a shame that she's still not conquering the charts."