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Greatest Hits: The A&M Years '87-'94

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Download links and information about Greatest Hits: The A&M Years '87-'94 by John Hiatt. This album was released in 1998 and it belongs to Rock, Rock & Roll, Country, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist genres. It contains 18 tracks with total duration of 01:17:16 minutes.

Artist: John Hiatt
Release date: 1998
Genre: Rock, Rock & Roll, Country, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist
Tracks: 18
Duration: 01:17:16
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Memphis In the Meantime 3:59
2. Perfectly Good Guitar 4:38
3. Thing Called Love 4:11
4. Slow Turning 3:36
5. Real Fine Love 4:21
6. Through Your Hands 4:46
7. Buffalo River Home 5:11
8. Feels Like Rain 4:50
9. Tennessee Plates 2:56
10. Thank You Girl 4:09
11. Drive South 3:53
12. Lipstick Sunset 4:12
13. Child of the Wild Blue Yonder 4:26
14. Paper Thin 3:35
15. The Rest of the Dream 4:51
16. Have a Little Faith In Me 4:02
17. Something Wild 4:32
18. Angel Eyes (Live) 5:08

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Two months after Capitol's The Best of John Hiatt 1973-1998 hit the stores, A&M released Greatest Hits: The A&M Years '87-'94. It's hard to surmise what weird licensing agreements led to this release pattern, since the similarities will cause confusion even among dedicated fans, but there are notable differences between the two discs. Since Hiatt's albums for A&M in the late '80s were his creative peak, it's not surprising that Greatest Hits, which concentrates his A&M work, is a more consistent album than The Best of John Hiatt, which balances classic A&M cuts with two re-recorded songs, highlights from his two Capitol albums, and two new songs. Aside from the inexplicable omission of "Slow Turning" and one of his best rockers, Greatest Hits contains all the A&M songs that are on The Best of John Hiatt ("Thing Called Love," "Memphis in the Meantime," "Child of the Wild Blue Yonder," "Drive South," "Buffalo River Home," "Feels Like Rain," "Perfectly Good Guitar," "Tennessee Plates"), plus the original versions of "Drive South" and "Have a Little Faith in Me" (only available in butchered remakes on the Capitol disc), a live take of "Angel Eyes," and several fine numbers, such as "Thank You Girl," "Real Fine Love," "Paper Thin," "Lipstick Sunset," and "Through Your Hands." There are some excellent songs from Bring the Family and Slow Turning missing, but Greatest Hits remains the compilation to get for casual fans.