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Ronnie Dove - Greatest All-Time Hits


Tracklist


1No One Ever Lost More3:26
2To Each His Own2:04
3Let's Start All Over Again2:30
4The Minute You're Gone2:46
5Keep It A Secret2:20
6That's My Desire2:35
7Add Love2:41
8Right Or Wrong2:06
9There's No One Out There For Me2:21
10Say You2:22
11Hello Pretty Girl2:20
12Happy Summer Days2:08

Notes


"The Minute You're Gone" is spelled "The Minute Your Gone" on the rear of the jacket.

Video


Info


Album 2005 20 Songs. More By Ronnie Dove. 30 Blasts from the Past. The Complete Original Chart Hits 1964-1969. Love Songs. The Best of Ronnie Dove, Vol. In 2018, Ronnie Dove Music reissued his 1967 album Cry album digitally, sourced from newly available tapes. The other albums will also be reissued in the future. Greatest All-Time Hits Certron Corporation CS-7011, Stereo, 1970. Ronnie Dove Sings His Greatest Hits Power Pak Records PO-286, 1975. Greatest Hits Diamond Records, 1988, cassette only. The Complete Original Chart Hits: 1964-1969 Real Gone Music, 2014. Billboard was not printing National R&B charts at the time. It was Ronnies only record to hit the R&B chart. Let's Start All Over Again, 02:40. I Really Don't Want to Know, 03:02. Happy Summer Days, 02:17. Greatest All Time Hits 1970. Diamond Records did not issue Dove's then-current single Dancin' Out of My Heart on this album, instead deciding to issue its B-side, Back from Baltimore. According to Dove, Neil Diamond had written the song Red Red Wine for Dove to record however, Phil Kahl turned down the song, claiming Dove had a teen idol image he needed to keep. Diamond then wrote Back from Baltimore for Dove, since Dove lived there at the time. Greatest Hits. Ronnie Dove Format: Audio CD. New from. Back From Baltimore S, album version, NR'd. If I Cried Every Time You Hurt Me M , Diamond label version, scratches heard throughout the song, too much treble on this song. Hits Okay, Right Or Wrong, ronnie's biggest hit, good song to start the cd off long as it's the Diamond recording and not one of the two re-recordings Ronnie did in the 70's and 80's. Loretta Lynn, All Time Greatest Hits. MCA Nashville, 2002. Anyone who thinks a woman singing country music is cute should listen to Fist City, where Lynn threatens to beat down a woman if she doesnt lay off her man. Costellos third album is all tightly wound paranoia. The concept is personal politics the original title was Emotional Fascism, and one song is called Two Little Hitlers. The keyboard-driven sound of Accidents Will Happen helped define New Wave. Shop Ronnie Dove's Greatest all-time hits LP for sale by b63x20 at on CDandLP - Ref:911281861. All formats Album CD CD Album CD Single CD Maxi Vinyl records LP 7 inchs 7 inchs SP 7 inchs EP 12 inchs 78 rpm 10 inchs DVD VHS Cassette Clothing T-Shirt Others. Featured items. Featured sellers. New items. Summer sales. Mint Sellers. This recording is an album track from Ronnie Dove's album, Greatest All-Time Hits, on Certron Records, from 1970. If you like this recording, please

Ronnie Dove - Greatest All-Time Hits
Performer: Ronnie Dove
Genre: Pop / Folk
Title: Greatest All-Time Hits
Country: US
Released: 1970
Style: Country
MP3 album: 1912 mb
FLAC album: 2403 mb
Source: Vinyl, LP, Compilation
№ Cat: CS-7011
Label: Certron

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Ronnie Dove ended up being sold to Certron Records, a new label from Nashville operated by Aubrey Mayhew, the former owner of Little Darlin Records. Despite the fact that Ronnie recorded enough material for the label to fill up several LPs, this is the only one to get released, and it's a compilation of his Diamond singles to boot. Actually, despite being billed as a "hits" album, only 5 of the 12 tracks were issued as singles. Something of note however is the inclusion of the song "No One Ever Lost More", the only new track on the album, despite not being advertised as such. Just about every copy of this album has distortion on most of the tracks. A Capitol Record club pressing exists without distortion, but this album is very scarce, so the Certron pressings are what you are more likely to run across. If you're looking for a good compilation of his material, look elsewhere. If you're a collector of Ronnie's records (like myself), then the album is still worth owning, even if only for the unreleased track.