Bobby Vinton's All-Time Greatest Hits
Bobby Vintons All-Time Greatest Hits is a two-LP collection of previously recorded songs by Bobby Vinton, released in 1972 by Epic Records. It reached #119 on the Billboard Hot 200 list of popular albums and it consists completely of singles by Vinton that were released by Epic. Album - Billboard Bobby Vintons All-Time Greatest Hits at AllMusic
20 All-Time Greatest Hits!
20 All-Time Greatest Hits. is a compilation album by James Brown containing 20 of his most famous recordings. Released by Polydor in 1991 as an alternative to the Star Time box set, it features songs from the 1950s, 1960s. 16 of the songs from the album had topped the US R&B charts. The album itself peaked at number 99 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart after its release, in 2003, it was ranked number 414 on Rolling Stone magazines list of the 500 greatest albums of all time. Credits for 20 All-Time Greatest Hits, jenkins – composer David Lindup – composer Bob Marley – composer Mims, Joe – composer Lowman Pauling – composer Fred Wesley – composer Isabelle Wong – design
All-Time Greatest Hits (Ray Stevens album)
All-Time Greatest Hits is a collection of 23 songs that were previously recorded by Ray Stevens, released in 2001. Like many collections of Stevens music, it concentrates 99% on recordings that were made for the labels of Monument. The one exception is the first track, Sergeant Preston of the Yukon, Sergeant Preston of the Yukon makes its first album appearance on this collection. The rest of the selections were recorded between the years of 1966 to 1975, in the essay, it is revealed that Stevens first hit to chart, Sergeant Preston of the Yukon, was a spoof of the CBS TV series of the same name. As a result, the single peaked at #108 on the American Pop charts. While most collections contain the version of Freddie Feelgood, this compilation contains the single version that was released in 1966. The track Isnt It Lonely Together served as a non-charting B-side to a Monument single that is not featured on this collection, Sergeant Preston of the Yukon and Everybody Needs a Rainbow were transferred to this CD from an LP disc due to unavailability of a tape source. Collection Produced by, Cary E. Mansfield, Steve Massie, mawhinney, Andy McKaie, Jerry Osborne, Mike Palesh, Clay Pasternack, Mike Ragogna, Jerry Reuss, Dan Richardson and Shirley WelchCompiled from liner notes