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Album Review

Assembled and released shortly after Keith Whitley's death, Greatest Hits contains nine of his biggest songs — including the Top Ten singles "Ten Feet Away," "Don't Close Your Eyes," "When You Say Nothing at All," "I'm No Stranger to the Rain," "I Wonder Do You Think of Me," "It Ain't Nothing," and "I'm Over You" — plus two unreleased songs: a duet with wife Lorrie Morgan on "'Til a Tear Becomes a Rose" and a demo of "Tell Lorrie I Love Her." It's an excellent compilation, but it is a bit unbalanced, drawing almost entirely from Don't Close Your Eyes and I Wonder Do You Think of Me. Granted, those are his two best albums, but it would have been nice to have collected highlights from his first two uneven solo records. Nevertheless, Greatest Hits is a fine last will and testament to a tremendously gifted artist who set a template for contemporary country, even as he was faithful to its long history and lineage. Whitley's voice was one of pain and quiet passion, its grain an instantly recognizable trademark. Sure, Greatest Hits is for those fans who just want the big singles, but this collection is also a stellar — even classic — introduction to his work. ~ Thom Owens & Thom Jurek, Rovi

Customer Reviews

Tell Lorrie I love her

That recording was made at Keith and Lorrie's home. The voices in the background are from the TV show that the kids were watching at the time. There is no other version as it was never recorded in the studio due to Keith's untimely death.

Tell Lorrie I Love Her

Keep this version of Tell Lorrie I Love Her

Keith Whitley

Was an awsome singer and song writer I still get a lot of enjoyment from his songs and a lot of comfort from listing to them.

Biography

Born: April 1, 1955 in Sandy Hook, KY

Genre: Country

Years Active: '70s, '80s

Keith Whitley's legacy loomed large over the country music landscape of the '90s. A talented new country singer and songwriter, Whitley was just beginning to emerge as a superstar at the time of his death in 1989. Throughout the next decade, his reputation as both a performer and writer continued to...
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