Greatest Hits (Maureen McGovern album)

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Greatest Hits
Greatest hits album by Maureen McGovern
Released August 21, 1990
Genre Pop, Standards
Length 31:37
Label Curb
Producer Mike Curb, Michael Lloyd
Maureen McGovern chronology
Naughty Baby
(1989)Naughty Baby1989
Greatest Hits
Baby I'm Yours
(1992)Baby I'm Yours1992
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Greatest Hits is the first collection of Maureen McGovern's previously recorded material. It is not accurate[clarification needed] to call this album "Greatest Hits", as it is more a re-release of McGovern's self-titled album from 1979, with her biggest hit, "The Morning After", replacing a memorable album track titled "Life's a Long Way to Run" and rearranging the album's track-listing. The album cover for this album is slightly different but the picture used for the front cover of her 1979 album was used for the front cover of this collection.

The album omits two of her best received movie theme songs, "We May Never Love Like This Again" and "We Could Have It All".

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "The Morning After" ((Song from The Poseidon Adventure)) Al Kasha, Joel Hirschhorn 2:19
2. "Different Worlds" ((Theme from the TV series Angie)) Norman Gimbel, Charles Fox 2:14
3. "Very Special Love" Michael Lloyd 4:13
4. "I'm Happy Just to Dance With You" John Lennon, Paul McCartney 3:01
5. "Carolina Moon" Michael Lloyd 2:44
6. "Yes, I'm Ready" Barbara Mason 3:46
7. "He's a Rebel" Gene Pitney 2:28
8. "Can't Take My Eyes off You" Bob Gaudio, Bob Crewe 3:37
9. "In Too Deep" Michael Lloyd, Al Kasha, Joel Hirschhorn 3:53
10. "Can You Read My Mind" ((Love theme from Superman)) John Williams, Leslie Bricusse 3:22

Album credits[edit]

  • Tracks 2-10 produced by: Michael Lloyd
  • Executive producer: Mike Curb
  • Art direction/design: Neuman, Walker & Associates
  • Album coordination: Marguerite Luciani