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Clint Black: Greatest Hits, Vol. 2

Clint BlackAudio CD
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  • Audio CD (November 20, 2001)
  • Original Release Date: 2000
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: RCA
  • ASIN: B00005QDA0
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #60,375 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. The Shoes You're Wearing
2. Nothin' But The Taillights
3. Nothing's News
4. Walkin' Away
5. When My Ship Comes In
6. Something That We Do
7. When I Said I Do (with Lisa Hartman Black)
8. Been There (with Steve Wariner)
9. Still Holding On (with Martina McBride)
10. Nobody's Home
11. One More Payment
12. One Emotion
13. Easy For Me To Say (with Lisa Hartman Black)
14. Little Pearl And Lily's Lullaby
15. Money Or Love
16. Put Yourself In My Shoes (blues version)

Editorial Reviews

Clint Black eventually lost the head-to-head race with Garth Brooks to be the new-country king of the '90s. But this impressive 16-song collection of hits and near-misses culled from Black's half-dozen studio albums and padded with four fair-to-middlin' new songs makes you wonder if the world wouldn't have been better off if Black had won that race. These tracks (all of them written or cowritten by Black and many also produced by him) remind us that in the decade and a half or so since he first hit the charts, he's been a far more adventurous songwriter and stylist than Brooks has ever been. That said, there's a fair amount of chaff mixed with the wheat herein. Many of the newer songs--like "When I Said I Do" (a hit duet with his wife, actress Lisa Hartman), "Little Pearl" (Black's sentimental ode to his new baby daughter), and the cliché-ridden "Money or Love"--tend to drown in either mawkish sentimentality or Black's irritating lyric verbosity. But masterful tracks like "Been There" (a fine duet with Steve Wariner), the swingy "One More Payment," the soulful "(The Lights Are On) Nobody's Home," and an impressive blues version of his 1990 hit "Put Yourself in My Shoes" (featuring a full horn arrangement) remind us how very good Black can be when he's hitting on all cylinders. --Bob Allen

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CD RCA Records, RCA07863-67005-2, 2001 16 Track

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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Just As Strong As Volume One December 10, 2001
Format:Audio CD
Clint Black has released just two albums (D'lectrified, Nothin' But The Taillights) since his first Greatest Hits came out in 1996. His preoccupation with his recently born daughter, however, coupled with his insistence on writing his own material, make this second volume of hits - including four new tracks - his most practical output at this time.

Black's recent hits include some first-rate duets with Martina McBride (the haunting "Still Holdin' On"), Steve Wariner (the jazzy "Been There") and wife Lisa Hartman Black (the pretty "When I Said I Do") as well as solo efforts that are both rip-roaring ("Nothin'But The Taillights") and touching ("Something That We Do"). The older singles found here, like the catchy "When My Ship Comes In" and the soulful "Nobody's Home" (Black's most witty lyrics to date), are just as good and could have been included on the first Greatest Hits.
The new tracks include another duet with wife Lisa on "Easy For Me To Say." Like "When I Said I Do," it is a simple but moving tale of devotion (a fresh thematic approach would be appreciated on future duets). His bluesy rendition of "Put Yourself In My Place" continues another recent Black trend: reworking prior hits. It is great but unnecessary (the original was great too). "Little Pearl/Lilly's Lullaby" offers a precious tribute to his new daughter while the country rocker "Money Or Love" gives an old theme some fresh life with the most lively playing on the disc.
Still unanthologized after two volumes are the lush "Loving Blind" and the haunting "Where Are You Now" from 1990's Put Yourself In My Place as well as the Merle Haggard collaboration "Untanglin' My Mind" from 1994's One Emotion. Surely they will make it onto Black's inevitable third volume of hits
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Can't stop listening December 20, 2001
Format:Audio CD
I bought this new Clint Black Greatest Hits 2 cd and this has been in my cd player for 2 weeks straight and have not listened to anything else since then it is so great. Songs go all the way back to Killin Time which I like that he did that it keeps those other older albums that he did still alive and sales up. If you don't have this yet and are a Clint Black fan or just anybody who appreciates crafty songwriting and great country music you will love this. Also another thing popping up on these greatest hit cds are new songs I say the creme of the crop is Easy for me to say that is with his nice looking wife Lisa. I love this cd you will not be dissapointed with any of the tracks. If you are fustrated with bad music that has been coming out lately with bad lyrics and awful sound Clint Black's new album is the answer to all of that.Clint Black is one of the better artists in today's country music scene his look is right for country and does not really change up his sound terribly like some artists in Nashville do. Also this album is not getting the recognition it deserves. country magazines and reviewers are just calling it average it's really good though don't listen to those magazines they praise albums that usually sound bland and hurt good ones like this
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Clint II March 14, 2002
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Clint Black's latest Greatest hits compilation GREATEST HITS II picks off where 1996's THE GREATEST HITS left off. Now you might think that its too soon for a new compilation, but between 1996-2001 Clint had two albums, 1997's NOTHIN BUT THE TAILLIGHTS and 1999's D'LECTRIFIED. Both albums spawned some substantial hits, which appear here, as well as some older songs. As well there are 4 new songs, which make this a worthwhile collection to own! "Easy For Me To Say" is a new duet with his wife Lisa Hartman Black, which follows in the same vein as their first duet "When I Said I Do" (which also appears on this CD). Lisa and Clint compliment each other well on both songs, their voices are well suited for each other. "Money or Love" is an upbeat song which has failed to make an impact on country radio, but its a great song about money and love, really fiesty in a way and overall just a great song. "Little Pearl and Lily's Lullaby" is a sweet song dedicated to their children. As well there is a new blues version of Clint's past song "Put Yourself In My Shoes". The hits that appear on here include "Nothin But The Taillights", "Something That We Do", "Still Holdin On" (duet with Martina McBride, excellent song!), "Been There" (with Steve Wariner), "One Emotion", "When My Ship Comes In" and many more. No fan will want to do without this wonderful collection!
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars More Of The Best Of Black! April 13, 2002
By Barry
Format:Audio CD
I have always thought that Clint Black was above a lot of other country artists that he has been lumped with over the years,or of any artist to come out of the genre in years. He has a real country twangish voice, strong lyrics, and very melodic songs. His first greatest hits was a magnificent album. Perfect in every way. This one is almost as perfect, but not quite. This new set includes three hits from his first album "Killin' Time" in 1989 that were omitted from his first greatest hits set. Here you get "Walkin' Away", "Nobody's Home", and "Nothings News". All great traditional country classics. The rest is a mix of real country songs and some of Clint's more rocking/pop songs that he has done in the last few years. His most recent duets with wife Lisa Hartman Black on "When I Said I Do", and good friend Steve Wariner on the great "Been There", are here. Also included is his pretty duet with Martina McBride called "Still Holding On". Two of my favorites, "Nothin' But The Tailights" and "The Shoes Your Wearing" are included as well. The reason this set isn't as great as the first is that some of these songs are pretty light. There's nothing wrong with that at all, but they don't hold up for very long like some others. The three new songs here are a mixed bunch. Clint tries to do another duet with his wife on the anemic and bland "Easy For Me To Say". The magic that made their first duet a pretty song is entirely missing on this one. "Money Or Love" is a fun rockin' toe tapper in the way that only Clint can do it. Many reviewers say this song is as cliched as they come. So?. It has words, it has a beat, he sings, it does it's job. End of story. The last new song is a song for his new baby called "Little Pearl". It is, of course, a fantastic song.... Read more ›
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars Classic Black
Some of Clint Blacks most memorable songs packed into one CD. If you like 90's country this cd is a must have
Published 7 months ago by Colby Barber
5.0 out of 5 stars I was already familiar with this CD.
This is actually a replacement CD to the one that was in the car when I was in an accident a few years ago. I was already familiar with the songs on this CD.
Published 14 months ago by Donna M. Adank
For the most part, all of his songs on this second greatest hits compilation are terrific and fun to listen to, with the exception of "When I Said I Do", a duet which he cut with... Read more
Published on July 24, 2012 by Francisco Garcia
3.0 out of 5 stars The first was better.
Clint Black's Greatest Hits 1 was better. This CD is good too however. His voice is very unique, and I can understand why some people aren't keen to it.
Published on January 31, 2012 by Mike from Maryland
4.0 out of 5 stars Clint Black Greatest Hits Vol. 2
As alway's didn't take long to recive. I didn't have any of Clint's CD's. I liked the songs on this one so I thought it was about time for one of Clint's CD's
Published on September 25, 2010 by Connie J. Shephard
4.0 out of 5 stars outstanding
I was a little disappointed when Clint left some of his songs off his first Greatest Hits album, but was elated when he included them on this great album. Read more
Published on November 3, 2006 by Matt Kratz
3.0 out of 5 stars A voice of contradiction
The review provided by Amazon states that Clint Black lost the race to Garth Brooks as the dominant male country singer of the 90's. Read more
Published on April 14, 2005 by Ryan A. Rigg
1.0 out of 5 stars The song, 'Been There'!!!!! AAAAAGGGHHHHHH!!!!
I really hate the song, 'Been There'. I have horrendous memories of sitting on the schoolbus while our bus driver played this song at full blast, and even after many years of not... Read more
Published on September 27, 2004 by Dead Kennedys
3.0 out of 5 stars Some good songs
If you want the best of Clint, buy Killin' Time. Its really the only Clint Black that is essential, even though several other CDs of his are very good. Read more
Published on February 12, 2003
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