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This is a must for anyone who loves good music.
I have since listened to a great number of his older CDs, and I will say that this disc manages to truly capture the best of John Hiatt.
I've always enjoyed many different genres of music but about 5 yrs. ago everything was sounding old or re-hashed to me.
He's great! He has a very organic, a bit gravely voice and rough yet he sings on pitch!! In addition to his hits, John has written quite a few songs that other artists have turned... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Scott
I really like this album/collection, he is so talented - I tend to like the older stuff so would recommend this onePublished 15 months ago by Gail Andrews
Anyone who is a John Hiatt fan needs this in there collection. Has a lot of his hits and favorites.Published 17 months ago by Roze
This was an excellent choice, I read all the reviews, fast shipping, great CD. I would purchase again as a gift for a friend. Thanks again!Published on August 26, 2011 by Terry Gamble
John Hiatt is a great entertainer and if you haven't seen him in person you have missed something. Being able to listen to him on your pod or in your home is the next best thing.Published on November 16, 2009 by William Paris
We love it!! My sis-in-law will be coming to visit and we will be dancing the night away...
Thanks so much!!
JOHN HIATT-GREATEST HITS: The title is a misnomer, since the only real "hits" this Hoosier minstrel ever had are those he wrote for other artists, including Bonnie Raitt's and Jeff... Read morePublished on October 27, 2005 by Jukebox Dave
This compilation was released shortly after Capitol's "The Best Of" (1998). In 2001, the HIP-O label released a 2-disc "Anthology"
Only four tracks on this disc do not... Read more
GREATEST HITS: THE A&M YEARS '87-'94 is a terrific collection of John Hiatt's best recordings for A&M records, which was the most creatively fertile period of his musical career. Read morePublished on July 25, 2005 by The Footpath Cowboy