Greatest Hits (Mark Wills album)
|Greatest hits album by Mark Wills|
|Released||November 5, 2002|
|Mark Wills chronology|
Greatest Hits is the first greatest hits compilation of American country music artist Mark Wills. Released in 2002 on Mercury Nashville Records, it features the greatest hits from his first four studio albums: 1996's Mark Wills, 1998's Wish You Were Here, 2000's Permanently, and 2001's Loving Every Minute.
Two new tracks were also recorded for this compilation, both released as singles: "19 Somethin'" and "When You Think of Me". The former became his second number 1 hit on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks (now Hot Country Songs) charts, holding that position for six weeks; "When You Think of Me" peaked at number 28 on the same chart. Wills produced these two tracks with Chris Lindsey.
- "Jacob's Ladder" (Cal Sweat, Brenda Sweat, Tony Martin) – 3:06
- "Places I've Never Been" (Martin, Reese Wilson, Aimee Mayo) – 3:37
- "I Do (Cherish You)" (Keith Stegall, Dan Hill) – 3:18
- "Don't Laugh at Me" (Steve Seskin, Allen Shamblin) – 3:37
- "Wish You Were Here" (Bill Anderson, Skip Ewing, Debbie Moore) – 4:01
- "She's in Love" (Stegall, Hill) – 4:43
- "Back at One" (Brian McKnight) – 4:07
- "Almost Doesn't Count" (Shelly Peiken, Guy Roche) – 3:41
- "I'm Not Gonna Do Anything Without You" (Randy VanWarmer, Rich Alves) – 4:27
- duet with Jamie O'Neal
- "19 Somethin'" (David Lee, Chris DuBois) – 3:20A
- "When You Think of Me" (Brett James, Troy Verges) – 4:25A
- A: Previously unreleased
The following musicians performed on the previously unreleased tracks "19 Somethin'" and "When You Think of Me".
- Tim Akers – keyboards
- Tom Bukovac – electric guitar on "When You Think of Me"
- J. T. Corenflos – electric guitar
- Eric Darken – percussion
- Aubrey Haynie – fiddle
- Wes Hightower – background vocals
- Jimmie Lee Sloas – bass guitar
- Biff Watson – acoustic guitar
- Lonnie Wilson – drums
|U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums||16|
|U.S. Billboard 200||140|
- Allmusic (see infobox)
- Greatest Hits (CD liner notes). Mark Wills. Mercury Records. 2002. 088 170 313-2.