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Greatest Hits 2 (The Oak Ridge Boys album). Greatest Hits 2 is a compilation album of most of the Oak Ridge Boys' hits from 1980 to 1984. The album, their eleventh, was released on July 7, 1984. Unlike the first Greatest Hits album, released in 1980, this album had two new songs, "Make My Life with You" and "Everyday", replacing "Bobbie Sue" and "So Fine", both of which were 1982 hits, from the album Bobbie Sue.
I bought this from BMG circa 2006. If memory serves, this album had been out of print on CD for some time but BMG was still offering it. Matrix indicates it wasn't old stock (at least, any older than 1999. Reply Notify me Helpful.
Greatest Hits is the fifth country album by the Oak Ridge Boys, released in 1980. It compiled most of their hits from their first four albums (1977 to 1980). Greatest hits album by. The Oak Ridge Boys.
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Fancy Free is the fifth country studio album by the Oak Ridge Boys, released on March 26, 1981. It featured their biggest hit "Elvira". Somewhere in the Night" was covered by Sawyer Brown in 1987 from their album of the same name.
Greatest Hits, Vol. 1 highlights ten of the Oak Ridge Boys' early MCA hits. This is the Oaks' earliest blend of country and pop after leaving the gospel circuit exclusively. These tracks remain some of the finest: "Leaving Louisiana in the Broad Daylight," "Come on In," "Sail Away," "Y'all Come Back Saloon," and their first number one single in 1978, "I'll Be True to Yo. Track Listing.
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Greatest Hits 2 is a compilation album of most of the Oak Ridge Boys' hits from 1980 to 1984. Contents. Golden joined The Oak Ridge Boys in 1965, Golden is widely known for his waist-length beard and hair, and has become one of the most recognizable faces in the entertainment industry. Golden was voted out of The Oak Ridge Boys in 1987 and he was replaced by Steve Sanders, but stayed with MCA Records as a solo artist to record an album titled American Vagabond, which included two chart singles.
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