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Album Review

John Anderson's 2004 release on Koch is called Ultimate Hits, which gives the impression that it's a reissue of his big hits from the '80s and '90s. While the titles of the songs are indeed familiar — "Swingin'," "1959," "Straight Tequila Night," "Black Sheep," "Money in the Bank" — these are not the familiar hit versions. Instead, they are recently recorded new versions produced by Anderson and Joe E. Spivey, which will surely disappoint anybody looking for a concise collection of Anderson's biggest hits. That's the bad news. The good news is that these new versions are thoroughly enjoyable. While the production is perhaps a little too clean, the house band is strong and Anderson is in good voice, making this a fun revival of his hits. Perhaps it's not the first choice for casual fans, but listeners who want to hear Anderson revisit his best-known tunes will find this quite nice.

Customer Reviews

GREAT BUY! YOU WONT REGRET IT

John Anderson is great and his music is priceless and never gets old. He makes a great addition to the Muzik Mafia

One of the souls of country

Johns voice takes you deep into every song , being a honkey tonk, or a ballad of feelings, rich deep soul!! Great music for the simple man, lets you reflect!

Great Songs!

I just love the song Seminole wind! I grew up listening to it and I love it!

Biography

Born: December 12, 1955 in Apopka, FL

Genre: Country

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Neo-honky tonker John Anderson was born in Apopka, FL, in 1955 and grew up listening to rock & roll, until he discovered country music at age 15 through Merle Haggard. He moved to Nashville in the early '70s, showing up at his sister's house with no warning, and worked a variety of odd jobs (including one as a roofer for the Grand Ole Opry) while playing clubs at night. Eventually, all the hard work paid off with a contract for Warner Bros., and Anderson released his first single in 1978. His...
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