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European only 18-track collection from the classic soft rocker, includes previously unreleased tracks 'Somewhere In Between' (from the film China Syndrome) & 'Seperate Lives' (acoustic version) plus 'It Might Be You' from Tootsie and 'Only Love' from Arthur. Universal. 1994.

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (August 16, 1994)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: MCA
  • ASIN: B000002OS2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #99,858 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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This is a great album with so many of his hits.
Autumngal
And if, like me, you're intersted in the original LPs... well, check out those used record stores!
Musings
Relax to some really great and soothing love songs, that stay in your heart for years to come.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Musings on March 13, 2004
Format: Audio CD
On the surface, Bishop appears to be another in a string of soft rock singers from the late '70s whose only connection seem to be one or two big hits and a beard (see Andrew Gold, Rupert Holmes). Bish stands out because he made a lot of buddies over the years (Art Garfunkel, Chaka Khan, Phil Collins, Eric Clapton), and his music contains a healthy dollop of humor.
With his original major-label studio albums long out of print, this is the best representation of those early years ("20th Century Masters" omits six songs found here, with an alternate mix of "Looking for the Right One" the only other distinction). That's unfortunate, as the first three LPs show a natural progression in his work (the terrific "Red Cab to Manhattan" ranges all the way from the tender "Send a Little Love My Way" to the rocking "City Girl" to the goofball raveup "Sex Kittens Go to College"). Bishop has concentrated mostly on movie themes in the last few years, along with a book, "Songs in the Rough" (which, given I worked for the publisher for 13 years, you'd think I would have secured -- apparently it's due in paperback).
In any case, if you can find a copy of this particular greatest hits set, it's worth the investment. And if, like me, you're intersted in the original LPs... well, check out those used record stores!
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 4, 1999
Format: Audio CD
"Listen to many of his songs," someone writes, "and you might think you're privy to the innermost feelings of the world's champion hopeless romantic." (Here, all the time, I thought that was me). Stephen Bishop is one of only three people on Earth who can shake me to my foundations everytime I come in contact with them, taking me back to a darkened college radio station control room, where, prior to sign-on, I would listen over and over to "Never Letting Go" and swear that I wouldn't (though I did), or to any one of a now-nameless gaggle of mid-pubescent prom night heartbreaks through "On And On," or to thinking of the one one never gets over when "Madge" comes to call (love the little, wistful piece of "London Bridge" in there). THEN, what does he do? Gives us "Save It For A Rainy Day" or "Everybody Needs Love" (what kind of mind comes up with "...from the old man sleepin' in the corner/ to the baby smilin' in a hurricane"?) and it's sunshine and roses and a little bit of hope for love in the world all over again. This compilation, and the all-too-tough-to-find "Red Cab to Manhattan" are must-have CDs for the true student/fan of "Bish." Very well done.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Missing Person on March 12, 2005
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This 1994 MCA Records compilation "On And On--The Hits of Stephen Bishop" is a superb collection of the recorded work of Stephen Bishop, a definitive hopeless romantic singer-songwriter. Containing 18 tracks & running well over an hour, this disc demonstrates that Bishop was one of those people who had seemingly a magic touch when it came to great songwriting, not to mention his beautiful and soulful vocals.

"On And On", "Never Letting Go", "Madge", "One More Night", & the solo performance of "Separate Lives" (which blows away the Phil Collins-Marilyn Martin hit version) are all terrific examples of his impressively tuneful & resonating acoustic guitar-based soft rock; "Losing Myself In You", which features Michael McDonald on backing vocals, is also a fine example. Stephen also did great with the ultra-catchy uptempo tune "Everybody Needs Love"; the wonderful & breezy "Little Italy"; the tender orchestrated ballad "Looking For The Right One"; and the pop-rock confection "Save It For A Rainy Day", included here in what I presume is its single mix (it is regrettably marred by the darn fade with Chaka Khan's obnoxious vocals). Another thing to point out is that Bishop enjoyed letting his hair down regularly, and you get a taste of that here with the fun, playful "Animal House".

That leads to another big thing with Bish: soundtracks.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 29, 1998
Format: Audio CD
Stephen Bishop is undoudtedly one of the worlds finest singer songwriters who has impressed a long list of musicians and fans over the past twenty years. His fans include Phil Collins who recorded Stephen's hauntingly beautiful: 'Seperate Lives'. A song Stephen Bishop never released - until this album. His version proves that if you are the writer of a song you REALLY know why it was written - he sings it with passion and warmth. He wrote it when he was left alone in a hotel room, with only his thoughts of a lost love. She called him up to see if he was ok: "You have no right to ask me how I feel......." he told her - and then the song was born!
This is just one track on a brilliant cd that includes all his classics; 'On And On', 'It Might Be You', (From the movie Tootsie), and many others. The best song on the album in my opinion is a song that tells the story of a man searching for a pecial person to spend the rest of his life with; 'Looking For The Right One'. This is quite simply the perfect love song. If you like ballads, passion and brilliantly crafted songs, performed by the most gentle voice in the world - this album must surely be on your list.
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