Greatest Hits is the first compilation album by American singer-songwriter James Taylor. Released on November 1, 1976. To this day, it is the best-selling album of his career. The album took place in the context of Taylor's end of his recording contract with Warner Brothers. It features two redone versions of "Carolina in My Mind" and "Something in the Way She Moves", both of which had been previously included on Taylor's self-titled debut album in 1968.
Rick James – Greatest Hits. Label: Spectrum Music (2) – 551 639-2. Format: CD, Compilation. Producer, Written-By, Arranged By – Rick James. Remastered By – John Matousek. Written-By – Alonzo Miller (tracks: 1). Notes. Recorded & mixed at the Joint Recording Studio, Buffalo, New York. Digitally Mastered at Motown/Hitsville . A Recording Studios, Hollywood, California. Marketed and distributed in the UK by Spectrum Music, a PolyGram company.
Rick James, Alonzo Miller.
Greatest Hits (Joe Cocker album). Greatest Hits is a European greatest hits album by British rock musician Joe Cocker, released in November 1998 (see 1998 in music). The album includes three previously unreleased tracks, including a live recording with Eros Ramazzotti. Summer in the City" (John Sebastian, Mark Sebastian, Steve Boone) – 3:48. Could You Be Loved" (Bob Marley) – 4:12.
001. I Got You (I Feel Good) (02:46) 002.
Jesus & Jesse James. Hank, Jesus and Jesse James.