Olivia Newton-John scored 15 Top Ten pop hits between 1973 and 1983; ten of them are included on this 12-track midline-priced best-of, along with a couple of Top 20 hits from the same period. Personal taste (perhaps Newton-John's own, since she served as executive producer) may have governed the choice of selections, but the Newton-John fan nevertheless is likely to be disappointed by the absence of four gold or platinum singles, among them the Grease duets with John Travolta, "You're the One That I Want" and "Summer Nights." The singer's development from a country-pop singer on songs like "Let Me Be There" to a dance diva on "Physical" is traced in nearly chronological order through her hits over a decade, so the album does provide a précis of her recording career. But fans are likely to want to plump for a more complete hits collection than this one.
Performance CreditsOlivia Newton-John Primary Artist
Cliff Richard Vocals
John Travolta Vocals
Technical CreditsOlivia Newton-John Executive Producer
John Farrar Producer,Tracking Producer
Vartan Art Direction
Michelle Day Cover Photo
Robyn Flans Liner Notes
Claude Mougin Inlay Photography
Robin Schwartz Licensing
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20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: The Best of Olivia Newton-John based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Inspirational, moving, tender, soothing, touching, wonderful memories, precious moments, beautiful melodies, beautiful woman, and a survivor. Listen to Beautiful and Precious moments on another of Olivia's CDs called A Celebration in Song - Track 12 4 minutes sung by Belinda Emmett. Hopelessly Devoted to you.