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Earl Thomas Conley: Greatest Hits/The Heart of It All *

Track List

>Nobody Falls Like a Fool
>Holding Her and Loving You
>Somewhere Between Right and Wrong
>Angel in Disguise
>Fire and Smoke
>Once in a Blue Moon
>I Have Loved You, Girl (But Not Like This Before)
>Don't Make It Easy for Me
>Your Love's On the Line
>Silent Treatment
>What She Is (Is a Woman In Love)
>Love Out Loud
>What I'd Say
>You Must Not Be Drinking Enough
>Carol
>No Chance To Dance
>I Love the Way He Left You
>Finally Friday
>We Believe in Happy Endings
>Too Far from the Heart of It All

Album Notes

Personnel: Don Potter (acoustic guitar); Randy Scruggs (electric guitar, mandolin); Reggie Young (electric guitar); Sonny Garrish (steel guitar); Mike Lawler, John Jarvis (keyboards); Eddie Bayers (drums); Mac McAnally, Vince Gill (background vocals).

Audio Mixer: Steve Tillisch.

Liner Note Author: Michael Heatley.

Recording information: Emerald sound Studio, Nashville, TN; Scruggs Sound Studio, Nashville TN.

Editor: Milan Bogdan.

Photographers: Peter Nash ; Ron Keith; Scott Bonner.

Morello's 2012 two-fer pairs Earl Thomas Conley's 1985 compilation Greatest Hits and the 1988 album The Heart of It All. Perhaps unsurprisingly, Greatest Hits was Conley's only chart-topper -- it did have all his big hits -- but The Heart of It All only reached 33. Nevertheless, it contained his last great run of number one singles -- "What I'd Say," "What She Is (Is a Woman in Love)," and "We Believe in Happy Endings," the latter two written by Bob McDill -- so having it paired with his early hits makes for a good compilation, showcasing Conley at something of his best. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine



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