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The Best Days Of My Life (Expanded Edition)
Nº of Discs:
1. Would You Like To Spend The Night With Me
2. As Time Goes By
3. The Best Days Of My Life
4. Gone, Gone, Gone
5. The Bottom Line
6. The Last Time I Felt Like This
7. Begin The Beguine
8. How Can I Make It On My Own
9. There You Go
10. We’re In Love
11. Begin The Beguine (Single Remix)
12. Begin The Beguine (Disco Mix)
13. Gone, Gone, Gone (Disco Mix)
14. Begin The Beguine (Instrumental)
15. I Never Said I Love You (Un-Released)
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Johnny Mathis – The Best Of My Life will be Expanded and on CD for the First Time Ever.
Includes 5 Bonus Tracks plus 1 Un-Released Gem.
The album includes the chart hits, "The Last Time I Felt Like This", “Begin the Beguine" and "Gone, Gone, Gone”
Produced by Jack Gold
Liner Notes by Alex Henderson
Re-Mastered from the Original Master Tapes by Sean Brennan, at Battery Studio’s, New York
The Best Days of My Life is the album by American legendary singer Johnny Mathis that was released in January 1979, by Columbia Records.
The release made its first appearance on Billboard magazine's Top LP's & Tapes Chart, and remained there for seven weeks, whilst also reaching Number 38 during a five-week run on the UK Album Chart.
The first song from the album to reach any of the charts in Billboard was a duet with Jane Olivor entitled "The Last Time I Felt Like This" that was written for the 1978 film Same Time, Next Year.
The Best Days Of My Life was nominated for the Academy Award but lost out to "Last Dance" from "Thank God It's Friday", but still managed to enter the magazine's list of the 50 most popular Easy Listening Records in the US, and peaked at Number 15 over the course of the twelve weeks.
Another track from the album, "Begin the Beguine", entered that same chart five months later, and got as high as Number 37 during its five weeks there.
The only song from the album to reach the UK Singles Chart was "Gone, Gone, Gone", which made its debut there the following month, reaching Number 15 during a 10-week run.
This release come highly recommend to any Johnny Mathis fan and also any fan of quality soul music. This is a must have…