Connie's Greatest Hits

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Connie's Greatest Hits
Compilation album by Connie Francis
Released November 1959
Recorded October 10, 1957
March 20, 1958
June 9, 1958
June 18, 1958
September 2, 1958
November 6, 1958
February 2, 1959
April 15, 1959
July 7, 1959
Genre Pop
Label MGM Records
E-3793 (mono)
Producer Harry A. Myerson, Ray Ellis
Connie Francis chronology
Christmas In My Heart (1959) Connie's Greatest Hits (1959) Rock 'n' Roll Million Sellers (1959)

Connie's Greatest Hits is a studio album by U. S. Entertainer Connie Francis. The album features the songs from Francis' most successful singles from her breakthrough hit Who's Sorry Now? in early 1958 up to the date of the album's release in November 1959.

The album was repackaged with a new cover design and re-released in March 1962.[1]

Track listing[edit]

Side A[edit]

# Title Songwriter Length
1. "Who's Sorry Now" Ted Snyder, Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby 2.16
2. "Fallin'" Neil Sedaka, Howard Greenfield 2.13
3. "Happy Days and Lonely Nights" Billy Rose, Fred Fisher 2.07
4. "Stupid Cupid" Neil Sedaka, Howard Greenfield 2.13
5. "Carolina Moon" Joe Burke, Benny Davis 2.32
6. "Plenty Good Lovin'" Connie Francis 2.03

Side B[edit]

# Title Songwriter Length
1. "Frankie" Neil Sedaka, Howard Greenfield 2.30
2. "You're Gonna Miss Me" Eddie Curtis 2.43
3. "Lipstick on Your Collar" George Goehring, Edna Lewis 2.18
4. "If I Didn't Care" Jack Lawrence 2.37
5. "My Happiness" Borney Bergantine, Betty Peterson 2.29
6. "I'm Sorry I Made You Cry" Jeannine Clesi 2.27

CD Re-issue[edit]

In 2012, "Connie's Greatest Hits" was re-released by Hallmark Records in their "Original Recordings" series, with "Who's Sorry Now" replaced by "Robot Man", "Frankie" replaced by "Valentino" and "Lipstick on Your Collar" replaced by "It Would Be Worth It"

References[edit]

  1. ^ Connie Francis: Souvenirs, Booklet of 4-CD-Box, Polydor 1996, Cat.-No. 314 533 382-2