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listen  6. From This Moment OnBryan White (With Shania Twain) 4:43$0.99  Buy MP3 
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listen  8. So Much For PretendingBryan White 2:31$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen  9. The Way You Look At MeBryan White 3:03$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen10. One Small MiracleBryan White 3:51$0.99  Buy MP3 
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Bryan White was born and raised in Lawton/Fort Sill, Oklahoma to a musical family. His parents and grandparents were musicians and singers. Growing up he listened to all kinds of music. His parents played in cover bands and, thanks to his father, he learned to play drums while he was still very young. He recalls that it came naturally to him and he became so good at the drums ... Read more in Amazon's Bryan White Store

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  • Audio CD (October 31, 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Warner/Reprise Cntry Adv
  • ASIN: B00004Z45T
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #164,487 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Bryan White ~ Bryan White - Greatest Hits

Oklahoma-born Bryan White signed his first major recording contract in 1993 at the age of 19. The epitome of young country, White, with an angel's face and a voice to match, was raised on both country and rock, and saw no problem labeling himself as one genre while performing primarily the other. His forte is upbeat, bouncy pop--mostly positive songs about love and all its possibilities. As this Greatest Hits package shows, he can get downright icky on such sentimental efforts as "From This Moment On," his Mutt Lange-produced duet with Shania Twain, and on "Rebecca Lynn," the very sort of romantic fantasy that endears him to the prepubescent female set. But his elastic tenor and emotional targeting prove effective on such energetic tunes as "Love Is the Right Place" and the more reflective "How Long," one of two new tracks here. This collection finds him at a crossroads--whether to mature into a balladeer of substance or to continue with the lightweight fare that made him a welcome radio act. "The Way You Look at Me," the second new cut, suggests he's seen the light. Good boy, Bryan. We've all gotta grow up sometime. --Alanna Nash

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All his greatest songs on one cd!
It is filled with meaningful songs, and is beautifully sang.
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Thanks for this great music Bryan...
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By "jmorela1" on November 1, 2000
Format: Audio CD
Bryan has some "great hits" here: namely "Someone Else's Star" (his 1st #1), "Rebecca Lynn" (a song he claim in the notes may be his signature song), and "I'm Not Supposed to Love You Anymore" (the #1 song that moved him into the big time and pushed sales of his debut and sophomore album past the platinum mark).
Crowd favorites "Sittin' on Go," "Love is the Right Place" and "So Much for Pretending" add great flavor and an up beat attitude to the album. Of course, you can't leave out the duet with Shania (which, while sappy at times, is still a beautiful love song). "That's Another Song"--a Top 10 hit--is considered by critics as one of the best songs of his career.
There are songs that don't fall into the "hit" catergory: "Look at Me Now" (a great song that only managed to break the top twenty, but was White's first success as a songwriter)and "One Small Miracle" (which barely broke the top 40, but is notable for guests Steve Wariner and Whisperin' Bill Anderson).
The two new tracks are "hate 'em or love 'em." Dedicated fans will love them simply because White has a very loyal fan base that loves just about anything he records (Who can blmae them? He's got the voice of an angel). "How Long," the lead single, mixes some awesome music with some light vocals--namely Bryan's. Meaning, the music seems to outweigh his voice. "The Way You Look at Me" faces the same problem, and them some. The lyrics just don't seem to fit the music, nor do they readily flow.
One of the greatest parts of this album is the packaging--great pics and Bryan writes about each of the songs briefly (revealing some trivia and facts even die-hard fans may not know).
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Jim Bagley on October 5, 2001
Format: Audio CD
Bryan White emerged as a country chart regular in 1995 thanks in large part to his teen heartthrob status. With his angelic tenor - a younger version of his idol Steve Wariner - he filled a vacuum as the male counterpart to friend and touring-mate LeAnn Rimes.
The bigger hits (all ten of his top 20 efforts comprising the previously released material on Greatest Hits) tend to involve some aspect of love. The ballads, such as the fond remembrance of first love "Rebecca Lynn," the overly precious plea "Someone Else's Star, " and his vow-of-devotion duet with Shania Twain "From This Moment On" tend toward the mushy. White fares a lot better with the up-tempo numbers like "Love Is The Right Place," "Sittin' On Go," and the self-penned "So Much For Pretending." On these romps, we actually get occasional glimpses of an artist attempting to put some real feeling in his music.
This 1996 Horizon Award winner stalled with his hitless, self-produced fourth effort How Lucky I Am from 1999. The two new recordings included here ("How Long," "The Way You Look At Me") are a vast improvement over anything found there, with sparse instrumental backing and reflective subject matter that fit the adult White well. Whether radio will embrace White as an adult singer tackling adult subject matter remains to be seen, but this Greatest Hits does a very good job of capturing the best moments from the first phase of his career.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jessica Davis on October 10, 2001
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Get the best of Bryan White all in one great CD. If you are thinking, "I don't really like country music," you will still like this CD! Bryan has a more modern kind of music, not the old twangy country everything thinks of. This is definitely one album that you can listen to over and over again. It includes Bryan's early hits and a few new songs. His sweet, sexy voice will give you chills in songs like "That's Another Song". Check it out, you won't be sorry!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jerry McDaniel on March 9, 2004
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track #6 makes me give this otherwise great CD 4 stars. i don't like Shania Twain and therefore i won't usually recommend anything with her voice on it...but this is the CD age and once you get to track #6, hit the fast-forward button on your player. that song is awful, in my opinion. other than that, the other 11 are quality Bryan White recordings. two non-hits are here: "How Long" and "The Way You Look at Me". this leaves us with 10 hits. ironically it starts off with "Love is the Right Place", an up-tempo hit song from 1997...i would've went chronological if i were compiling the CD. Bryan has had four #1 hits in addition to 6 more Top-40 hits. his first single, "Eugene You Genius", hit #48 in the fall of 1994 (he was 20 at the time!). that single isn't included on here and it should've been. just as ironic is that the CD's closing song was his first #1 hit: 1995's "Someone Else's Star". His biggest hit is the 2 week #1 "So Much For Pretending", which is track 8 on here. Bryan's last major hit to date, "One Small Miracle", was written by Bill Anderson and Steve Wariner and it hit #16 in early 1998. Bryan White epitomized the country music scene in the mid-late '90s. His songs are well crafted but not edgy or hardcore country. His clean-cut image doesn't allow him to record traditional country music and be taken seriously. His voice is much more along the lines of his idol, Steve Wariner. Bryan White turned 30 last month...the age when most singers are just starting to make a name for themselves...the back of this CD cover shows a picture of Bryan and even THIS makes a person think of Steve Wariner in the pose Bryan is standing in. for many curious as to what country radio was playing in the mid '90s, take a listen to this collection. like i said, all the songs {except track 6} are a sugary kind of way.
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