Greatest Remixes Vol. 1

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Greatest Remixes Vol. 1
Clivillés + Cole Greatest Remixes Vol. 1.jpg
Compilation album by
Released1992 (1992)
LabelColumbia
Producer
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic3/5 stars[1]

Greatest Remixes Vol. 1 is a compilation album of remixes by American dance music record producers Clivillés + Cole, released in 1992. The album includes remixes of Clivillés + Cole's own tracks along with their remixes of songs by other artists.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "C&C Music Factory MTV "Medley"" – C+C Music Factory
  2. "Because of You" – The Cover Girls
  3. "Don't Take Your Love Away" – Lydia Lee Love
  4. "Two to Make It Right" – Seduction
  5. "Pride (In the Name of Love)" [Techno House Version] – Clivillés + Cole
  6. "Let the Beat Hit 'Em" – Lisa Lisa and Cult Jam
  7. "Mind Your Business" – Clivillés + Cole
  8. "You Take My Breath Away" – David Cole
  9. "A Deeper Love" – Clivillés + Cole (lead vocals by Deborah Cooper)
  10. "Clouds" – Chaka Khan
  11. "True Love" – Billy
  12. "Notice Me" – Sandeé
  13. "Do It Properly" – 2 Puerto Ricans, a Blackman and a Dominican

Personnel[edit]

Adapted from AllMusic.[2]

  • 2 Puerto Ricans, a Blackman and a Dominican – performer, primary artist
  • Barbera Aimes – engineer
  • James T. Alfano – assistant engineer, programming
  • Ron Allaire – assistant engineer
  • Fernando Aponte – assistant engineer, engineer
  • Rodney Ascue – mixing
  • Nick Ashford – composer
  • Christopher Austopchuk – art direction
  • Karen Bernod – background vocals
  • Billy – performer, primary artist
  • C+C Music Factory – performer, primary artist
  • Albert Cabrera – editing
  • Bruce Calder – assistant engineer
  • Bonzai Jim Caruso – engineer
  • Jim Caruso – engineer, producer
  • Clivillés and Cole – performer, primary artist
  • Robert Clivillés – arranger, composer, drums, editing, keyboards, mixing, percussion, producer, vocals, background vocals
  • David Cole – arranger, composer, drums, keyboard arrangements, keyboards, mixing, percussion, performer, primary artist, producer, vocals, background vocals
  • Deborah Cooper – vocals, background vocals
  • The Cover Girls – performer, primary artist
  • Ricky Crespo – editing, keyboards, mixing, producer
  • Zelma Davis – vocals
  • Craig Derry – background vocals
  • Will Downing – background vocals
  • Alan Friedman – assistant producer, composer, overdubs, producer, programming
  • April Harris – vocals
  • Alec Head – engineer
  • Joe Hornof – programming
  • Richard Joseph – engineer
  • Acar S. Key – engineer, mixing
  • Chaka Khan – performer, primary artist
  • Lisa Lisa – performer, vocals, background vocals
  • Lisa Lisa and Cult Jam – performer, primary artist
  • Lydia Lee Love – primary artist
  • Arif Mardin – producer
  • Veronica McHugh – coordination
  • Bruce Miller – engineer
  • George Morel – editing
  • Ken Nahoum – art direction
  • John Parthum – assistant engineer
  • Jimmy Paterson – assistant engineer
  • Paul Pesco – guitar, vocals
  • Brian Pollack – assistant engineer
  • Duran Ramos – composer
  • Bob Rosa – editing, mixing
  • Angel Sabater – vocals
  • Sandeé – performer, primary artist
  • Seduction – performer, primary artist
  • Valerie Simpson – composer
  • Carole Sylvan – background vocals
  • Ken Taylor – composer
  • U2 – composer
  • Barbara Warren-Pace – coordination
  • Martha Wash – vocals
  • Freedom Williams – composer, vocals
  • Norma Jean Wright – background vocals
  • Tonya Wynn – composer, vocals
  • Larry Yasgar – executive producer

Charts[edit]

Weekly charts[edit]

Chart (1992) Peak
position
Australian Albums Chart[3] 43
UK Albums Chart[4] 45
US Billboard 200[5] 87

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Greatest Remixes, Vol. 1 - C+C Music Factory,Clivillés & Cole - Songs, Reviews, Credits - AllMusic". Retrieved 23 March 2017.
  2. ^ "Greatest Remixes, Vol. 1 - C+C Music Factory,Clivillés & Cole - Credits - AllMusic". Retrieved 23 March 2017.
  3. ^ "australian-charts.com > Discography C & C Music Factory". Hung Medien. Retrieved 2015-10-14.
  4. ^ "Official Charts > Clivilles & Cole". The Official UK Charts Company. Retrieved 2015-10-14.
  5. ^ "Clivillés & Cole Greatest Remixes Vol. 1 Chart History". Retrieved 26 April 2018.

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