Johnny Mathis - Johnny's Greatest Hits mp3 album
Johnny's Greatest Hits is a compilation album by vocalist Johnny Mathis that was released by Columbia Records on March 17, 1958, and has been described as the "original greatest-hits package".
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Artist: Johnny Mathis. Album: Johnny’s Greatest Hits. Style: Pop. Format: MP3 320Kbps.
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Artist: Johnny Mathis Title Of Album: More Johnny's Greatest Hits Year Of Release: 2003 Label: Sony Special Product Country: United States Genre . Columbia Records invented the "greatest hits" album by releasing Johnny Mathis' Johnny's Greatest Hits in March 1958, and was rewarded with a long-running hit that spent years in the best-seller charts. Following it with a second volume More Johnny's Greatest Hits was a no-brainer.
The original greatest-hits package, Johnny's Greatest Hits stayed on the charts for ten years. The collection includes "Chances Are," "It's Not for Me to Say," "Wonderful! Wonderful!," and "The Twelfth of Never. It seldom gets more romantic than this. bearfromdelaware 30 May 2018 03:12.
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Orchestra – Ray Conniff & His OrchestraWritten-By – Stillman*, Allen*
|A2||All The Time
Orchestra – Ray Ellis And His OrchestraWritten-By – Livingston-Evans*
|A3||The Twelfth Of Never
Written-By – Livingston*, Webster*
|A4||When Sunny Gets Blue
Orchestra – Ray Conniff & His OrchestraWritten-By – Segal*, M. Fisher*
|A5||When I Am With You
Orchestra – Ray Ellis And His OrchestraWritten-By – A. Stilllman*, Wiseman*
Orchestra – Ray Conniff And His Orchestra & ChorusWritten-By – B. Raleigh*, S. Edwards*
|B1||It's Not For Me To Say
Orchestra – Ray Conniff & His OrchestraWritten-By – Stilllman*, Allen*
|B2||Come To Me
Written-By – P. L. Hayes*, R. Allen*
|B3||Wild Is The Wind
Orchestra – Ray Ellis And His Orch.*Written-By – Tiomkin*, N. Washington*
|B4||Warm And Tender
Written-By – H. David-Bacharach*
|B5||No Love (But Your Love)
Orchestra – Ray Conniff & His OrchestraWritten-By – Myles*
|B6||I Look At You
Orchestra – Ray Ellis & His Orch.*Written-By – J. M. Robinson*, Mathis*
- Photography By – Norman Menard
NotesEdition for unknown market manufactured in the US.
Utiltizes similar cover to Johnny Mathis - Johnny's Greatest Hits with similar red label design (Columbia 2-Eye label with white text at the bottom), BUT instead of Columbia, reads CBS. Additional CBS logo at top of label. No text beneath "360 sound......." Different fonts employed.
Cover has CBS logos (x3) attached over Columbia logos front and back. "Columbia" text (top and bottom of rear cover) scratched out.
On front cover:
Electronically re-channeled for stereo
On rear cover:
Printed in U.S.A.
"Electronically re-channeled for stereo" sound
"360 sound" stereo "360 sound"
Printed in U.S.A.
A2 from the Broadway production "Oh Captain!"
B1, B4 A Bryna production, MGM release, "Lizzie"
B2 from the television production, "Come To Me"
B3 from the Paramount picture "Wild Is The Wind"
B5 is mentioned on cover as "No Love".
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout ( side 1 label): XSM 55962
- Matrix / Runout ( side 2 label): XSM 55963
- Matrix / Runout ( stamped side 1 runout): XSM-55962-1AH
- Matrix / Runout ( stamped side 2 runout ): XSM-55963-1BF
|CL 1133||Johnny Mathis||Johnny's Greatest Hits (LP, Comp, Mono)||Columbia||CL 1133||US||1958|
|PC 34667||Johnny Mathis||Johnny's Greatest Hits (LP, Comp, Promo)||Columbia||PC 34667||US||1977|
|CL 1133||Johnny Mathis||Johnny's Greatest Hits (LP, Comp, Mono, RE)||Columbia||CL 1133||US||1965|
|TFL 5058||Johnny Mathis||Johnny's Greatest Hits (LP, Comp)||Fontana||TFL 5058||UK & Europe||1958|
|CL 8634||Johnny Mathis||Johnny's Greatest Hits (LP, Comp)||Columbia||CL 8634||US||Unknown|