42 Track various artists compilation featuring artists from the Sony / Columbia record labels.
Bowling in Paris is an album by singer/songwriter Stephen Bishop, released by Atlantic Records in 1989. It is his first studio album released in America since 1980's Red Cab to Manhattan. Notable contributors include Eric Clapton, Phil Collins and Sting.
12-CD LP-sized box set. He might not have been the King Of Rock 'n' Roll but Pat Boone was certainly King Of The Hit Parade during the rock 'n' roll era. He sung ballads with a beat and up-tempo pop tunes such as I'll Be Home, Don't Forbid Me, Love Letters In The Sand, Why Baby Why and I Almost Lost My Mind. Hits like this kept him in the charts every week from 1955-1959! This boxed set contains Pat's rare 1953 Republic recordings and every single DOT recording made during the Fifties - over 320 tracks in total.
Pat Boone's complete secular recordings (1960 - Autumn 1962) with pop standards, country, rock 'n' roll, and novelties, and much more, including the Number 1 pop hit 'Moody River', and his international smash Speedy Gonzales. 46 previously un-issued performances. An extensive hardcover book with many rare and previously unpublished pictures from Pat's personal collection.
20 track Greatest Hits collection including Beautiful Sunday, his big hit from 1972, plus Sunshine Lover, Skydiver & more. Daniel Boone is an English pop musician who became a one-hit wonder in the US with the single "Beautiful Sunday" in 1972. The song was written by Boone and Rod McQueen and sold over two million copies worldwide. It peaked at number 15 on The Billboard Hot 100 singles chart in the summer of 1972, having already reached number 21 on the UK Singles Chart earlier that same year. In 1972, Boone was the recipient of the "Most Likeable Singer" award from Rolling Stone magazine.