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The Best of Pat Boone: 20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection Original recording remastered

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Pat's huge hits for Dot Records, all of them Top 10 and six #1s: Love Letters in the Sand; I Almost Lost My Mind; April Love; Ain't That a Shame; Don't Forbid Me; Moody River; Speedy Gonzales; Sugar Moon , and more.
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (December 5, 2000)
  • Original Release Date: December 5, 2000
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered
  • Label: Geffen
  • ASIN: B000053GTY
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #28,182 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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This collection is an absolute gold mine for fans of the much-maligned Pat Boone. It's wonderful to see an assemblage of not only his greatest chart toppers, but lesser known material as well. It's something of a cottage industry to bash Pat Boone and remind everyone he didn't write his own songs, he patterned himself after Bing Crosby and he "desecrated" rock classics like Ain't That a Shame. But I challenge these naysayers to really listen to this collection of Pat's greatest hits. Pat had a natural talent and an easy style which makes for great listening, even after 45 years. Of course he sounds like Bing Crosby, but what's wrong with that? Bing influenced an entire generation of male singers, including Sinatra, Como and Dean Martin. But Pat branched out and became a truly good rock n' roll singer. If you don't believe me, listen to Bernadine, which is an outstanding rocker, and Don't Forbid Me, which sounds so much like a Presley recording you'll do a double take.
It's a shame that Pat Boone isn't played on oldies stations and is dismissed by rock's elite as something of a joke. I will guarantee you they haven't listened to these songs because they showcase an innate ability to casually croon and mightily entertain. My personal favorite here is Speedy Gonzalez, which is not politically correct anymore, but hilarious in its stereotypes and "inappropriate" humor. If you love Pat Boone, you'll love this disc no matter what. If you're not a Boone fan, you wouldn't be here in the first place. The sound quality of these remastered recordings is excellent, they sound even better than the original Dot releases. The collection comes with an informative little booklet which contains some interesting info on the various tracks. Highly recommended!
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20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: The Best of Pat Boone is a budget priced CD that gives us the bare essentials of Pat Boone's greatest hits. It really doesn't go far enough in my opinion; although the twelve tracks that we get are very well done by Pat Boone. The sound quality is rather good and the artwork is typical for this CD series.

"Ain't That A Shame" starts the CD off very strong as Pat sings this to perfection--and beyond! There's no doubt of Pat's talent when you hear him belt this one out! Pat sings this strong and his voice is quite solid. His excellent diction enhances his performance and I really like "Ain't That A Same." "I'll Be Home" features Pat's vocals squarely in the spotlight and the background vocals harmonize well. However, it's Pat's vocals that count here; and he never misses a beat.

"I Almost Lost My Mind" is a passionate torch song with a great horn arrangement to go along with Pat's singing. Pat sings this with all his heart and soul; and you can hear it when you listen to this tune. Impressive! I predict that you'll like "I Almost Lost My Mind" very much. "Don't Forbid Me" has a country flavor that works well while the beat has a twist of rock to make this shine brightly when Pat sings it!

"Love Letters In The Sand" is clearly a major highlight of this album; the song is sweeter than wine and Pat delivers this beautifully. Pat sings this straight from his heart and I always liked Pat singing "Love Letters In The Sand." "It's Too Soon To Know" again features pat's singing front and center while the music works very well to help the tune along. There's a mighty fine piano arrangement on "It's Too Soon To Know.
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Born in the 40's and loved the music from Big Band to teen age Rock & Roll. This was my favourite singer - even when Elvis was everyone elses - and this CD brought back many great memories.
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I admit it- I've always been a big fan of Pat Boone in his younger days. Very few performers of that era captured the essence of non-rock songs the way he did. His voice was warm and sincere. This CD brings his talent back very well; I recommend it to other fans.
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This is such a great CD! - Pat Boone was a part of my teenage years - these are all original recordings, so they're just exactly as I remember them! - I loved his clean-cut good looks, his velvety-smooth baritone voice, and he just seemed like such a nice guy! - I would have loved to have seen him live back in the day - and I really liked his acting! - loved him in "April Love" with Shirley Jones - I'm so glad he's still with us on this earth! - If you loved Pat Boone and still do, you'll not be disappointed in this one!
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I bought this CD for the song "Friendly Persausion" but I do like the other songs too.
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WE HAVE ALWAYS LIKED PAT BOONE SINCE HE HAD HIS OWN TV SHOW.
EVERY WEEK I THINKAS TO WHAT HAPPENED WE WILL NEVER NO
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By tanker on November 7, 2013
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Pat Boone has been one of my favorite singers for most of my life his songs are the very best
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