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Johnny Mathis' All-Time Greatest Hits

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Johnny Mathis' All-Time Greatest Hits
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Compilation album by Johnny Mathis
Released 1972
Recorded 1956-1971
Genre
Length 59:29
Label Columbia
Producer Ernie Altschuler
Jack Gold
Al Ham
Johnny Mathis
Robert Mersey
Mitch Miller
Johnny Mathis chronology
The First Time Ever (I Saw Your Face)
(1972)The First Time Ever (I Saw Your Face)1972
Johnny Mathis' All-Time Greatest Hits
(1972)
Song Sung Blue
(1972)Song Sung Blue1972
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars[1]
Billboard positive[2]

Johnny Mathis' All-Time Greatest Hits is a compilation album by American pop singer Johnny Mathis that was released in the spring of 1972 by Columbia Records and, despite its title, overlooks a good number of his Top 40 hits ("No Love (But Your Love)", "Teacher, Teacher", "Call Me", "Someone", "Starbright", "Every Step of the Way")[3] in favor of his singles that didn’t make the Billboard Hot 100 ("Venus", "Misty Roses", "If We Only Have Love") and album tracks that weren’t released as singles ("When Sunny Gets Blue", "(Where Do I Begin) Love Story", "My Funny Valentine").

This collection made its first appearance on Billboard magazine's Top LP's & Tapes chart in the issue dated June 24, 1972, and remained there for 15 weeks, peaking at number 141.[4] It received Gold certification from the Recording Industry Association of America on July 9, 1976, and Platinum certification was awarded on November 21, 1986.[5]

Reception

Billboard described the compilation as "a collector's must!"[2]

Track listing

Side one

  1. "A Certain Smile" from A Certain Smile (Sammy Fain, Paul Francis Webster) – 2:47
  2. "When Sunny Gets Blue" (Marvin Fisher, Jack Segal) – 2:41
    • rec. 9/20/56, rel. 11/5/56;[6] B-side of "Wonderful! Wonderful!"
  3. "Small World" from Gypsy (Stephen Sondheim, Jule Styne) – 3:18
    • rec. 4/29/59, rel. 5/25/59;[6] Billboard Hot 100: #20[7]
  4. "Misty" (Johnny Burke, Erroll Garner) – 3:34
    • rec. 4/21/59[8] for his album Heavenly; single rel. 9/59; Billboard Hot 100: #12[7]
  5. "Chances Are" (Robert Allen, Al Stillman) – 3:03
Personnel

Side two

  1. "Venus" (Ed Marshall) – 2:36
  2. "Maria" from West Side Story (Leonard Bernstein, Stephen Sondheim) – 3:45
    • rec. 11/6/59[8] for his album Faithfully; single rel. 5/60; Billboard Hot 100: #78;[7] single rel. 11/61; Billboard Hot 100: #88[7]
  3. "Misty Roses" (Tim Hardin) – 2:39
  4. "Gina" (Leon Carr, Paul Vance) – 2:46
    • rec. 8/9/62, rel. 9/7/62;[6] Billboard Hot 100: #6,[7] Easy Listening: #2[10]
  5. "What Will Mary Say" (Eddie Snyder, Paul Vance) – 3:09
    • rec. 8/9/62, rel. 1/4/63;[6] Billboard Hot 100: #9,[7] Easy Listening: #3[10]
Personnel

Side three

  1. "(Where Do I Begin) Love Story" (Francis Lai, Carl Sigman) – 2:46
  2. "If We Only Have Love" (Eric Blau, Jacques Brel, Mort Shuman) – 3:16
    • rec. 7/8/71, rel. 2/17/72;[6] non-charting single
  3. "My Funny Valentine" (Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart) – 3:33
  4. "Come to Me" from the Kraft Television Theatre episode "Come to Me" (1957) (Allen, Peter Lind Hayes) – 3:05
    • rec. 10/31/57, rel. 12/30/57;[6] Most Played by Jockeys: #22[7]
  5. "Love Theme from "Romeo and Juliet" (A Time for Us)" from Romeo and Juliet (Larry Kusik, Nino Rota, Eddie Snyder) – 2:58
Personnel


Side four

  1. "Wonderful! Wonderful!" (Sherman Edwards, Ben Raleigh) – 2:50
    • rec. 9/20/56, rel. 11/5/56;[6] Most Played by Jockeys: #14[7]
  2. "All the Time" from Oh, Captain! (Jay Livingston, Ray Evans) – 2:44
    • rec. 1/7/58, rel. 3/17/58;[6] Most Played by Jockeys: #21[7]
  3. "The Twelfth of Never" (Jerry Livingston, Paul Francis Webster) – 2:28
    • rec. 6/16/57, rel. 8/12/57;[6] B-side of "Chances Are"; Most Played by Jockeys: #9[7]
  4. "Wild Is the Wind" from Wild Is the Wind (Dimitri Tiomkin, Ned Washington) – 2:27
    • rec. 10/1/57, rel. 11/11/57;[6] B-side of "No Love (But Your Love)"; Most Played by Jockeys: #22[7]
  5. "It's Not for Me to Say" from Lizzie (Allen, Stillman) – 3:05
    • rec. 9/20/56, rel. 2/25/57;[6] Most Played by Jockeys: #5[7]
Personnel

Personnel

  • Johnny Mathis – vocals
  • Mort Goode – liner notes
  • Anne Garner – cover design
  • Beverly Parker – photos
  • Jay Flammer – lettering

References

  1. ^ a b "Johnny Mathis' All-Time Greatest Hits - Johnny Mathis", allmusic.com, Rovi Corporation, retrieved 14 January 2013 
  2. ^ a b "Album Reviews", Billboard, p. 67, 1972-06-17 
  3. ^ Whitburn 2009, pp. 627–628.
  4. ^ Whitburn 2010, p. 504.
  5. ^ "Gold & Platinum". riaa.com. Retrieved 10 October 2016.  Type Johnny Mathis in the Search box and press Enter.
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o (2015) The Singles by Johnny Mathis [CD booklet]. New York: Columbia Records 88875120552.
  7. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o Whitburn 2009, p. 628.
  8. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p (1993) The Music of Johnny Mathis: A Personal Collection by Johnny Mathis [CD booklet]. New York: Columbia Records C4K-48932.
  9. ^ a b c d e (2004) The Essential Johnny Mathis by Johnny Mathis [CD booklet]. New York: Columbia Records C2K-63562.
  10. ^ a b c d Whitburn 2007, p. 178.
  11. ^ (1968) Love Is Blue by Johnny Mathis [album jacket]. New York: Columbia Records CS 9637.
  12. ^ (1967) Up, Up and Away by Johnny Mathis [album jacket]. New York: Columbia Records CS 9526.
  13. ^ a b (1971) Love Story by Johnny Mathis [album jacket]. New York: Columbia Records C 30499.
  14. ^ a b (1969) Love Theme from "Romeo and Juliet" (A Time for Us) by Johnny Mathis [album jacket]. New York: Columbia Records CS 9909.
  15. ^ a b c (1971) You've Got a Friend by Johnny Mathis [album jacket]. New York: Columbia Records C 30740.
  16. ^ a b c d e (1959) Open Fire, Two Guitars by Johnny Mathis [album jacket]. New York: Columbia Records CS 8056.

Bibliography

  • Whitburn, Joel (2007), Joel Whitburn Presents Billboard Top Adult Songs, 1961-2006, Record Research Inc., ISBN 0898201691 
  • Whitburn, Joel (2009), Joel Whitburn's Top Pop Singles, 1955-2008, Record Research Inc., ISBN 0-89820-180-2 
  • Whitburn, Joel (2010), Joel Whitburn Presents Top Pop Albums, Seventh Edition, Record Research Inc., ISBN 0-89820-183-7 
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