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An improvement over the Restless Heart best-of collection that RCA issued in , Greatest Hits compiles 13 of the group's most popular songs, and also adds on three brand-new cuts. Containing five country chart-toppers -- "That Rock Won't Roll," "I'll Still Be Loving You," "Why Does It Have to Be Wrong," "Bluest Eyes in Texas," and "A Tender Lie" -- the set also includes pop radio smashes.
From: charpenay Date: May 27, at i ve buying this cd in even if the column in rock time (french magazine) was not good.i had follow my intuition and i was uninercengutea.guihylumtosoforneulafpelemaco.infoinfo there is some fillers in this record (tracks ).but the others songs are very uninercengutea.guihylumtosoforneulafpelemaco.infoinfo band plays a nice a o r in the vein of tour de force "world on fire".tracks are pure hard fm uninercengutea.guihylumtosoforneulafpelemaco.infoinfo
The saxophone featured on "Tell Me What You Dream" is awesome and it reminds me of a s style pop track, yet it features a country/rock sound that is quite interesting to hear for the first time. This greatest hits of Restless Heart is worth picking up if you are a fan of other groups such as Little Texas, Black Hawk, Shenandoah, and Lonestar/5().
In his year career he's released half a dozen albums under his own name and appeared on around 40 others. The Jacob Karlzon 3—the pianist's collaboration with bassist Hans Andersson and drummer Jonas Holgersson—released its first album, The Big Picture (Stunt Records / Sundance Music), in More is the group's second album.
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