From the Gratest Hits Vol. 1 LP on Soundflat Records. Original by the Vons. Artwork by Rockin' Jelly Bean.
Greatest Hits, Vol. 1 is a compilation album by country singer Johnny Cash, released in 1967 (see 1967 in music) on Columbia Records. It is notable in that it marks the first appearance of "Jackson", Cash's famous duet with his future wife, June Carter. The track would appear on Carryin' On with Johnny Cash and June Carter in August of that same year. The album was certified Gold on 7/24/1969 and Platinum and 2x Platinum on 11/21/1986 by the RIAA. Album – Billboard (North America).
Bittersweet Intimate Literate Reflective Yearning Earnest Earthy Poignant Sentimental Organic. In the liner notes for Greatest Hits, Vol. 1, Loftus Cuddy (n Jim's brother) admits that the selection for a hits compilation for a band whose catalog is as massive and filled with possibilities as Blue Rodeo's is a difficult proposition unto itself. That being said, Greatest Hits is exactly what it claims to be: it has the singles, the hits that have made Blue Rodeo the best band in Canada.
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The Greatest Hits, Vol. 1. Noize MC. Released June 17, 2008. The Greatest Hits, Vol. 1 Tracklist.
Greatest Rock Songs, Greatest Folk Rock Songs, Greatest Psychedelic Songs, Greatest Country Rock Songs, Greatest Surf Rock Songs, Greatest Girl Group Songs, Greatest Rock Artists. First published: 2009-01-02. Date Modified: 2009-01-02.
The track selection for Jay-Z's first proper North American hits package is a bit of a mystery, excluding some of his biggest hits in favor of lesser ones. Serious Jay-Z fans: Disperse. This collection, the first proper North American best-of in Jay-Z's career, is what it says it is: a compendium of his most successful songs. Or, it seems that way at first. There's some mixed messaging. Of the 14 songs here, six were recorded post-retirement. Only two were released before 2000: 1998's "Hard Knock Life (Ghetto Anthem)" and 1999's "Big Pimpin'". Jay's first two albums, 1996's crucial Reasonable Doubt and its 1997 follow-up, In My Lifetime, Vol. 1, are not represented.