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Greatest Hits: Something To Be Proud Of
     

Greatest Hits: Something To Be Proud Of

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by Montgomery Gentry
 

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Montgomery Gentry's first compilation, Something to Be Proud Of: The Best of 1999-2005 is an excellent, concise collection of highlights from the duo's first four albums. For some, it may be a little too concise, since its tight 13-track running length means that there are a handful of charting singles that didn't make the cut

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Montgomery Gentry's first compilation, Something to Be Proud Of: The Best of 1999-2005 is an excellent, concise collection of highlights from the duo's first four albums. For some, it may be a little too concise, since its tight 13-track running length means that there are a handful of charting singles that didn't make the cut -- four to be precise, with three of them dating from 2000 and 2001 ("All Night Long," "Self Made Man," and "Cold One Comin' On," with 2004's "You Do Your Thing" being the other charting single from 1999-2005 that's missing). While there may be a few fans that will lament the absence of these tunes, it's otherwise hard to find fault with this fine compilation, since it not only contains the duo's biggest hits -- including "Daddy Won't Sell the Farm," "Lonely and Gone," "She Couldn't Change Me," "My Town," "Speed," "Gone," "Hell Yeah," "If You Ever Stop Loving Me," and "Something to Be Proud Of" -- but the new song "She Don't Tell Me To" is solid, helping to make this hits collection an entertaining listen in its own right.

Product Details

Release Date:
11/01/2005
Label:
Sony
UPC:
0827969498224
catalogNumber:
94982

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Montgomery Gentry   Primary Artist
David Angell   Strings,Performing Ensemble,Musician
David Davidson   Strings,Performing Ensemble,Musician
Dan Dugmore   Acoustic Guitar
Connie Ellisor   Strings,Performing Ensemble,Musician
Carl Gorodetzky   Strings,Performing Ensemble,Musician
Kenny Greenberg   Electric Guitar
Anthony LaMarchina   Performing Ensemble,Musician
Greg Morrow   Drums
Nashville String Machine   Strings
Russ Pahl   Acoustic Guitar
Michael Rhodes   Bass
Pamela Sixfin   Strings,Performing Ensemble,Musician
Gary VanOsdale   Strings,Performing Ensemble,Musician
Mary Kathryn Van Osdale   Strings,Performing Ensemble,Musician
Kristin Wilkinson   Strings,Performing Ensemble,Musician
Reese Wynans   Hammond Organ
Julie Tanner   Strings,Performing Ensemble,Musician
Perry Coleman   Background Vocals
Tom Bukovac   Electric Guitar

Technical Credits

Jeff Balding   Engineer
David Campbell   String Arrangements
Blake Chancey   Producer
Bob DiPiero   Composer
Greg Droman   Engineer
Steve Fox   Composer
Carl Gorodetzky   String Contractor
David Hall   Engineer
Robert Earl Keen   Composer
Bill McCorvey   Composer
Gary Nicholson   Composer
Reed Nielsen   Composer
Chris Rogers   Inspiration
Joe Scaife   Producer
Bobby Taylor   Composer
Craig Wiseman   Composer
Mark Wright   Executive Producer
Tom Shapiro   Composer
Jeffrey Steele   Composer,Producer
James Minchin   Cover Photo
Dave Gibson   Composer
Margie Hunt   Executive Producer
Tracy Baskette-Fleaner   Art Direction
Chris Knight   Composer
Rivers Rutherford   Composer,Producer
Greg Crowe   Composer
Mike Geiger   Composer
Chris Wallin   Composer
Anthony Smith   Composer
Guy Guillet   Inspiration
Deb Haus   Art Direction,Artist Development
Chip Matthews   Engineer
Steve Blackmon   Engineer
Trey Fanjoy   Inspiration
Crystal Hogg   Creative Producer
III James Minchen   Cover Photo
Chris Rogers   Inspiration
Woody Mullis   Composer

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