The Best of Howard Jones

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The Best of Howard Jones
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Greatest hits album by Howard Jones
Released29 June 1993
Recorded1983–1992
GenreRock / Pop
Length78:19
LabelElektra
Eastwest Records
ProducerVarious
Howard Jones chronology
In the Running
(1992)
The Best of Howard Jones
(1993)
Working in the Backroom
(1994)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic4.5/5 stars[1]

The Best of Howard Jones is a compilation album by the British pop musician Howard Jones. It compiles key hits and album tracks from 1983–1992 during Jones's tenure on the Warner music label, plus one new track, a cover of Donald Fagen's "I.G.Y. (What a Beautiful World)". It does not include his last UK Top 40 hit 'All I Want' from 1986. The album was a success, particularly in the UK where it was certified silver.

Track listing[edit]

All songs by Howard Jones unless otherwise noted.

  1. "What Is Love?" (Jones/William Bryant) – 3:41 from Human's Lib
  2. "New Song" – 4:15 from Human's Lib
  3. "Pearl in the Shell" – 3:59 from Human's Lib
  4. "Always Asking Questions" (Jones/William Bryant) – 3:41 from The 12" Album
  5. "Things Can Only Get Better" – 3:57 from Dream into Action
  6. "Like to Get to Know You Well" – 4:01 from Dream into Action
  7. "Life in One Day" – 3:39 from Dream into Action
  8. "You Know I Love You... Don't You?" – 4:05 from One to One
  9. "Hide and Seek" – 4:49 from Human's Lib
  10. "No One Is to Blame" (US single version) – 4:12 from Action Replay
  11. "Look Mama" – 4:05 from Dream into Action
  12. "The Prisoner" – 4:40 from Cross That Line
  13. "Everlasting Love" – 4:20 from Cross That Line
  14. "Lift Me Up" (Jones/Ross Cullum) – 3:40 from In the Running
  15. "Tears to Tell" – 4:19 from In the Running
  16. "Two Souls" (Jones/Andy Ross/Ross Cullum) – 4:24 from In the Running
  17. "I.G.Y. (What a Beautiful World)" (Donald Fagen) – 5:07 Previously unreleased
  18. "City Song" – 7:16 from In the Running

References[edit]

  1. ^ DeGagne, Mike. Review: The Best of Howard Jones. Allmusic. Retrieved on 2009-12-03.

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