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All Time Greatest Hits

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Download links and information about All Time Greatest Hits by Chris Montez. This album was released in 1991 and it belongs to Rock, Rock & Roll genres. It contains 21 tracks with total duration of 48:21 minutes.

Artist: Chris Montez
Release date: 1991
Genre: Rock, Rock & Roll
Tracks: 21
Duration: 48:21
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Greeting from Chris 0:27
2. Puppy Love 2:09
3. Let's Dance 2:29
4. No, No, No 2:16
5. Some Kinda' Fun 2:28
6. All You Had to Do (Was Tell Me) 2:21
7. Chiquitita Mia 2:14
8. I Ran 2:19
9. Rock 'N Blues 1:49
10. You're the One 2:09
11. My Baby Loves to Dance 2:10
12. Call Me 2:48
13. The More I See You 2:56
14. There Will Never Be Another You 2:55
15. Time After Time 2:31
16. The Very Thought of You 2:10
17. Little White Lies 2:13
18. Just Friends 2:32
19. Day by Day 2:19
20. Our Love Is Here to Stay 2:37
21. Because of You 2:29

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This audiophile-approved anthology, mastered and compiled by Steve Hoffman, is the only one to combine Chris Montez' Monogram and A&M recordings on one disc. The most comprehensive Montez anthology yet produced, All-Time Greatest Hits includes every one of his Top 100 hits and more. The program begins with Montez' early recordings as a Ritchie Valens prot├ęge purveying teen dance songs like "My Baby Loves to Dance" and "Let's Dance" (his biggest hit), as well as his Herb Alpert-produced adult contemporary hits of the mid-'60s. The latter include "Call Me" and "The More I See You," breezy confections with a laid-back party atmosphere and Montez' appealing boy-next-door vocals. Apart from the hits, "You're the One" is a duet with Kathy Young of "A Thousand Stars" fame, and the disc leads off with a personal message from Montez recorded in 1991. Steve Hoffman remixed many of the selections into first-time stereo from first-generation tapes, and while purists may quibble over how closely the remixes re-create the original hit mixes, the sound quality is excellent. If only all greatest-hits collections were so carefully crafted.