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Album Review

Ann-Margret had only three Top 100 hits, all of which are included on this too-brief collection. RCA's earlier Ann-Margret anthology, Let Me Entertain You, was lengthier but focused on her sexy ballads, giving no indication of the wide variety of material she recorded in the '60s. The Very Best of Ann-Margret is more inclusive, offering glimpses of her pop/rock side on "Gimmie Love" and "My Last Date (With You)," the latter of which is a vocal version of Floyd Cramer's "Last Date" hit. "You're the Boss" is one of Ann-Margret's two duets with Elvis Presley from the film Viva Las Vegas, and "You Sure Know How to Hurt Someone" is a previously unreleased (in the U.S.) track that, except for the bridge, is astonishingly contemporary sounding. Ann-Margret's music is sadly underappreciated, and this collection, while unlikely to change that fact, at least gives a more balanced view of her days as a pop starlet and resurrects a number of hard to find recordings at a mid-line price.

Customer Reviews


What a beautiful beautiful voice this women has. Always loved Ann Margaret but didn’t realize she had this amazing voice. WOW, SO IMPRESSED. I am from Australia, I am always searching for good music produced in the 50’s and 60’s, best music ever. Even my children and grandchildren love this music produced in that era. Thank you Ann Margaret.


Genre: Drama

Actress, singer, and dancer Ann-Margret excelled in two areas of entertainment during a career that was still going strong in its fifth decade: as a movie star, she appeared in more than 50 feature films and as a stage entertainer she performed as a headlining act in showrooms and theaters around the world. To a lesser extent, she found time periodically for television and recordings. Early in her career, emphasis was placed on her attractiveness and sexual appeal; she was marketed as a kind of red-haired...
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The Very Best Of, Ann-Margret
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  • $35.99
  • Genres: Vocal, Music
  • Released: 10 July 2001

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