Marcia: Greatest Hits 1975–1983

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Marcia: Greatest Hits 1975–1983
Marcia Greatest Hits 1975–1983.jpg
Compilation album by
Released22 November 2004
Recorded1975-1983
GenrePop rock, Funk, Soul, Disco
LabelBMG, Sony Music Australia
ProducerRobie Porter, David Mackay
Marcia Hines chronology
Hinesight
(2004)
Marcia: Greatest Hits 1975–1983
(2004)
Discothèque
(2006)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic4/5 stars[1]

Marcia: Greatest Hits 1975–1983 is a compilation album released on 22 November 2004. It was released just two months after the release of Hinesight, which peaked at number 12 on the Australian ARIA Chart.[2] Hines performed the track "Ain't Nobody" live on the Australian Idol finale on 21 November 2004,[3] from which this song was taken.

Hines was a judge on Australian Idol. This album was released the next day. The album contains tracks taken from the albums, Marcia Shines, Shining, Ladies and Gentlemen, Ooh Child, Take it From the Boys and Love Sides.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Fire and Rain" (4:44)
  2. "From The Inside" (3:28)
  3. "Trilogy" (4:20)
  4. "Don’t Let the Grass Grow" (2:59)
  5. "I Just Don't Know What to Do with Myself" (3:08)
  6. "Shining" (3:41)
  7. "(Until) Your Love Broke Through" (3:17)
  8. "Empty" (2:35)
  9. "A Love Story" (3:33)
  10. "I've Got The Music In Me" (4:12)
  11. "What I Did For Love" (3:17)
  12. "You" (3:12)
  13. "I Don’t Know How to Love Him" (3:48)
  14. "Music Is My Life" (2:08)
  15. "Let the Music Play" (4:29)
  16. "Something's Missing (In My Life)" (4:38)
  17. "Where Did We Go Wrong" (4:04)
  18. "Your Love Still Brings Me to My Knees" (3:33)
  19. "What a Bitch is Love" (3:50)
  20. "Heart Like a Radio" (3:51)

Weekly charts[edit]

Marcia: Greatest Hits 1975-1983 debuted at 92 and peaked at 67 on 13 December 2004.

Chart (2004) Peak
position
ARIA Albums Chart [4] 67

Personnel[edit]

  • Artwork By – Barry Falkner, Tony Hogarth, Brian Crowther
  • Bass – David Hungate (tracks: 15 to 17), Duncan McGuire (tracks: 1 to 4), Felix Krish (tracks: 20), Jackie Orszaczky (tracks: 1 to 4, 11, 12), Jeffrey Castle (tracks: 5 to 10), John Giblin (tracks: 18, 19), John Young (17) (tracks: 11, 12), Mike Porcaro (tracks: 15 to 17)
  • Brass – Colin Loughnan (tracks: 5 to 10), Norm Harris (tracks: 5 to 10)
  • Cello – Lal Kuring (tracks: 11, 12)
  • Conductor – Barrie Guard (tracks: 18, 19), Robie Porter (tracks: 11, 12)
  • Drums – Ed Greene (tracks: 15 to 17), Mark Kennedy (tracks: 1 to 12), Preston Heyman (tracks: 18 to 20), Steve Hopes (tracks: 11, 12), Willie Ornelas (tracks: 15 to 17)
  • Electric Piano – Michael Bart (tracks: 5 to 10)
  • French Horn – Clarence Mellor (tracks: 5 to 10)
  • Guitar – Bob Mack (tracks: 15 to 17), Danny Cohen (tracks: 5 to 10), Fred Tackett (tracks: 15 to 17), Kirk Lorange (tracks: 11, 12), Lee Ritenour (tracks: 15 to 17), Paul Sabu (tracks: 15 to 17), Ray Russell (tracks: 20), Richard L. Field (tracks: 5 to 10), Rick Springfield (tracks: 15 to 17), Steve Housden (tracks: 11, 12), Steve Murphy (tracks: 11, 12), Tim May (tracks: 15 to 17), Tony Naylor (tracks: 1 to 4)
  • Keyboards – Al Capps (tracks: 15 to 17), Jai Winding (tracks: 15 to 17), Terry Young (tracks: 15 to 17), Tony Ansell (tracks: 11, 12)
  • Marimba, Vibraphone [Vibes] – Julius Wechter (tracks: 15 to 17)
  • Orchestrated By – Lal Kuring (tracks: 11, 12), Peter Jones (tracks: 1 to 4)
  • Organ – Rex Bullen (tracks: 11, 12)
  • Percussion – Barrie (van) Guard (tracks: 20), Barry Morgan (tracks: 18, 19), Peter [Spunky] Whitford (tracks: 5 to 10), Stephen Mann (tracks: 5 to 10), Sunil De Silva (tracks: 1 to 4)
  • Percussion [Rhythm] – Bob Conti (tracks: 15 to 17), Carl Friberg (tracks: 15 to 17), Robie G. Porter (tracks: 15 to 17), Steve Forman (tracks: 15 to 17)
  • Percussion [Tuned] – John Leslie (tracks: 11, 12)
  • Percussion, Synthesizer – Barrie Guard (tracks: 18, 19)
  • Piano – Charlie Hull (tracks: 18 to 20), Cliff Hall (tracks: 20), Peter Jones (tracks: 1 to 4), Tony Esterman (tracks: 11, 12)
  • Piano, Electric Piano, Synthesizer – Duncan Mackay (tracks: 18, 19)
  • Producer – David Mackay (tracks: 18 to 20), Robie G. Porter (tracks: 1 to 15)
  • Saxophone – Ron Aspery (tracks: 18, 19)
  • Strings [Leader] – John Lyle (tracks: 11, 12), Pat Halling (tracks: 18, 19), Sid Sharp (tracks: 15 to 17)
  • Synthesizer – Jan Lucas (tracks: 15 to 17), Richard Cottle (tracks: 20), Warren Ford (tracks: 11, 12)
  • Trumpet – Mike Davis (tracks: 18, 19)

Release history[edit]

Region Date Format Label Catalogue
Australia 22 November 2004 [5] CD Sony BMG Australia 82876653702

External links[edit]

  • "Marcia Hines -"Marcia: Greatest Hits 1975-1983"". discogs.com. Retrieved 18 February 2016.

References[edit]

  1. ^ ""Marcia: Greatest Hits 1975-1983" by Marcia Hines". Allmusic. Retrieved 14 February 2016.
  2. ^ "MARCIA HINES - HINESIGHT (ALBUM)". www.australian-charts.com. Retrieved 18 February 2016.
  3. ^ "Marcia Hines - Ain't Nobody (live on Australian Idol 21.11.2004)". YouTube. 24 April 2014. Retrieved 31 October 2014.
  4. ^ "ARIA Report: 13th December 2004" (pdf). ARIA Charts. Retrieved 23 July 2008.
  5. ^ "ARIA Report: 22 November 2004" (pdf). ARIA Charts. Retrieved 18 February 2016.