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Definitive Collection
     

The Definitive Collection

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by The Statler Brothers
 
Mercury Nashville's 2005 compilation The Definitive Collection comes close to living up to its title billing. Although this glosses over the Statler Brothers' '60s recordings for Columbia -- it contains just their biggest hit from that time, their 1966 breakthrough "Flowers on the

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Mercury Nashville's 2005 compilation The Definitive Collection comes close to living up to its title billing. Although this glosses over the Statler Brothers' '60s recordings for Columbia -- it contains just their biggest hit from that time, their 1966 breakthrough "Flowers on the Wall" -- it contains the great majority of their country Top Ten singles from the '70s and '80s, including "Bed of Rose's," "Do You Remember These?," "Class of '57," "Do You Know You Are My Sunshine?," "You'll Be Back (Every Night In My Dreams)," "Elizabeth," "My Only Love" and "Too Much on My Heart." While there are other, more exhaustive compilations, such as the three-disc 1995 box 30th Anniversary Celebration, this is the best concise overview of the group's career, containing the most hits on a single disc.

Product Details

Release Date:
04/19/2005
Label:
Mercury Nashville
UPC:
0602498631461
catalogNumber:
000307502
Rank:
10058

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Performance Credits

Statler Brothers   Primary Artist
Lew DeWitt   Tenor (Vocal),Group Member
Philip Balsley   Baritone (Vocal),Group Member
Jimmy Fortune   Vocals,Group Member
Don Reid   Vocals,Group Member
Harold Reid   Bass (Vocal),Group Member

Technical Credits

Gene Pitney   Composer
Lew DeWitt   Composer
Frank Jones   Producer
Jerry Kennedy   Producer
Don Law   Producer
Vartan   Art Direction
Jimmy Fortune   Composer
Don Reid   Composer
Harold Reid   Composer
J. Russell   Composer
John Rimel   Composer
Pat Ballard   Composer
Ryan Null   Photo Coordination
Scott Schinder   Liner Notes

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The Definitive Collection 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The Statler Brothers are the definitive countr group, but any compilation that does not contain perhaps their greatest song, Silver Medals & Sweet Memories, can hardly be called definitive.