|A1||–Eddy Hodges*||I'm Gonna Knock On Your Door|
|A2||–Billy Joe Royal||Down In The Boondocks|
|A4||–Gene Simons*||Haunted House|
|A5||–Lavern Baker||Voodoo Voodoo|
|A6||–Bobby Darin||Splish Splash|
|A7||–Bobby Rydell||Kissin' Time|
|A8||–The Sensations||Let Me In|
|A9||–Tommy Steele||Tallahassee Lassie|
|A10||–John Barry Seven*||I'm Movin' On|
|B1||–Jesse Lee Turner||Shake Baby Shake|
|B2||–Vince Everett||Baby Let's Play House|
|B3||–Johnny Preston||Feel So Fine|
|B4||–Johnny Garner||Didi Didi|
|B6||–Larry Dowd||Blue Swingin Mama|
|B7||–The Trashmen||Surfin Bird|
|B8||–Sonny Burgess||Sadie's Back In Town|
|B9||–Cliff Richard||I Can Not Find A True Love|
|B10||–Rhythm Aces*||Mohawk Rock|
|RRLP002||Various||20 Great Hits I'll Always Remember Volume 2 (LP, Comp)||Request||RRLP002||Benelux||Unknown|
|R.R.L.P. 002, 002||Various||20 Great Oldies I'll Always Remember Volume 2 (LP, Comp, RE)||Request, Request||R.R.L.P. 002, 002||Netherlands||Unknown|
A duet of "I'll Be Home for Christmas" with Scarlett Johansson was added to Martin's My Kind of Christmas CD. Cool Then, Cool Now, a two-CD/book released on Hip-O Records in 2011, examined the artist's signature hits along with a significant dose of lesser-known recordings Contents. Dean Martin's Greatest Hits! Volume 2. Release date: August 13, 1968. Label: Reprise Records. - Everybody Loves Somebody: The Reprise Years 1962–1966. Release date: January 21, 2002.
Greatest Hits Volume I & Volume II. Greatest hits album by. Billy Joel. The Greatest Hits Volume III album includes hits from 1983 to 1997.
Read I'll Always Remember; Chapter 22 from the story I'll Always Remember by superplumsxz (Abigail Fuenconcillo) with 372 reads. My turn" he mumble, glaring at Jake. hey, don't do it the way I did. No revenge thingy" Jake says, Just watching them two makes me laugh. Who do you like?" Christian asks, giving a sturdy look at him.
Greatest Hits Volume I &. has been added to your Cart. Need less to say I sold off the SACD's and it looks I'll be doing the same with the Greatest Hits SACD. With such a high status album such as this you would have thought MFSL would have got it right but it looks like they're cutting corners whilst charging a premium for this title.