More Gold – 20 Super Hits Vol. II

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More Gold – 20 Super Hits Vol. II
Greatest hits album by Boney M.
Released October 1993
Recorded 1977-1985, 1993
Genre Eurodance, pop, Euro disco
Length 74:50
Label MCI/BMG (EU)
Producer Frank Farian
Boney M. chronology
The Greatest Hits (1993)
(1993)
More Gold - 20 Super Hits Vol. II
(1993)
Hit Collection (Boney M. 1996)
(1996)
Singles from More Gold – 20 Super Hits Vol. II
  1. "Ma Baker (Remix '93)"
    Released: August 1993
  2. "Papa Chico"
    Released: April 1994

More Gold – 20 Super Hits Vol. II is a 1993 greatest hits album by Boney M.. As PolyGram released More ABBA Gold in 1993 to follow up the highly successful Gold: Greatest Hits, BMG and producer Frank Farian issued More Gold - 20 Super Hits Vol. II containing the remainder of Boney M.'s best known songs - again most of them appearing in remixed or overdubbed form but credited as the original versions - as well as four new recordings featuring lead singer Liz Mitchell. More Gold - 20 Super Hits Vol. II spun off two European single releases, "Ma Baker Remix '93" and "Papa Chico", the latter credited as 'Boney M. feat. Liz Mitchell' and released in early 1994.
1994 also saw the CD debut of eight of the original Boney M. albums; Take The Heat Off Me, Love for Sale, Nightflight to Venus, Oceans of Fantasy, Boonoonoonoos, Ten Thousand Lightyears, compilation Kalimba de Luna - 16 Happy Songs and Eye Dance, all released by BMG in collaboration with Frank Farian's own record label MCI.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Love for Sale" (Cole Porter) - 4:15
    • 1993 overdub edit.
  2. "Bahama Mama" (Farian, Jay) - 3:16
    • 1993 overdub edit.
  3. "I See a Boat on the River" (Farian, Jay, Rulofs) - 4:30
    • 1993 overdub version.
  4. "Children of Paradise" (Farian, Jay, Reyam) - 3:20
    • Edited version.
  5. "The Calendar Song (January, February, March...)" (Farian) - 3:25
    • 1993 remix .
  6. "We Kill the World (Don't Kill the World)" (Farian, Sgarbi) - 4:30
    • Album edit.
  7. "Jimmy" (Farian, Howell, Daansen) - 2:55
    • 1982 Re-recording, 1993 overdub version
  8. "I Shall Sing" (Van Morrison) - 3:09
    • 1993 overdub version.
  9. "Dreadlock Holiday" (Eric Stewart, Graham Gouldman) - 4:20
    • 1993 remix of 1987 Top Deck version. Lead vocals: Frank Farian.
  10. "Oceans of Fantasy" (Kawohl, Jay, Zill) - 5:05
    • 1993 overdub edit.
  11. "Ribbons of Blue" (Keith Forsey) - 4:02
    • 1993 overdub version.
  12. "Motherless Child" (Farian, Mitchell) - 4:15
    • 1993 remix.
  13. "I'm Born Again" (Jay, Rulofs) - 3:30
    • Edited version.
  14. "My Cherie Amour (Stevie Wonder, Henry Cosby, Sylvia Moy) - 3:55
    • 1993 overdub version.
  15. "Going Back West" (Jimmy Cliff) - 3:10
    • 1993 overdub edit.
  16. "Ma Baker" (Farian, Jay, Reyam) - 4:00
    • Remix '93, radio edit.
  17. "Time to Remember" (Farian, Kawohl, Farian, Bischof Fallenstein) - 4:00
  18. "Da La De La" (Kerim Saka, Mike Wonder, M. Hanler Correl) - 4:00
    • 1993 recording featuring Marlon B. and Liz Mitchell.
  19. "Papa Chico" (T. Esposito) - 4:05
    • 1993 recording featuring Liz Mitchell.
  20. "Lady Godiva" (Farian, Bischof) - 3:40
    • 1993 recording featuring Liz Mitchell.

Personnel[edit]

Production[edit]

Release history[edit]

  • 1993 EU: MCI / BMG 74321 125772

Single releases[edit]

Germany

12"

  • "Ma Baker (Remix '93)" (BMG 74321 15940 1, 1993)

Side A

  1. "Ma Baker (Remix '93)" (Bonnie & Clyde mix) - 5:25
  2. "The Most Wanted Woman" - 3:30

Side B

  1. "Borsalino (Trainee Mix)" - 4:55
  2. "Ma Baker (Remix '93)" (Radio Edit) - 3:58


CD

  • "Ma Baker (Remix '93)" (BMG 74321 15940 2, 1993)
  1. "Ma Baker (Remix '93)" (Radio Edit) - 3:58
  2. "Ma Baker (Remix '93)" (Bonnie & Clyde mix) - 5:25
  3. "Borsalino (Trainee Mix)" - 4:55
  4. "The Most Wanted Woman" - 3:30
  • Boney M. feat Liz Mitchell: "Papa Chico" (BMG 74321 20364 2, 1994)
  1. "Papa Chico" (Radio Version) - 3:52
  2. "Time to Remember" - 3:15
  3. "Papa Chico" (Club Mix) - 4:22
  4. "Papa Chico" (Rap Version) - 4:43

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