Label: Reprise Records - REP M8 1034 • Format: 8-Track Cartridge Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Big Band
While the 11 tracks might not all be hits, they are fairly representative of the sound of Sinatra 's music in the late '60s. There's a couple of forgotten gems, particularly the wonderfully moving "What's Now Is Now" and a gorgeous arrangement of George Harrison 's "Something," but there is also more dross than the previous Greatest Hits collection. Even with a handful of mediocre tracks, Greatest Hits, Vol.
Features Interviews Lists. Streams Videos All Posts. Track Vol. 2 (8-Track Cartridge). My Way. Frank Sinatra. A Man Alone. Rod McKuen. Bein' Green. Joe Raposo. Vol. 2 (8-Track Cartridge) Been Good to Me. I'm Not Afraid. Goin' Out of My Head. George Harrison. What's Now Is Now. The September of My Years. Bein' Green Joe Raposo. Something George Harrison.
Invention 2 In C Minor, BWV 773 - Bach* / Glenn Gould - The Two And Three Part Inventions (Complete), Blank Canvas - The Great Dividing Range - The Great Dividing Range, Raven - Steve Ferguson* - Steve Ferguson, Smokey Joe / DJ Red Alert & Mike Slammer - Special Request / Ruffer (Acetate), Been A Son - Nirvana - Live At Duffys