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Their Most Beautiful Ballads

Their Most Beautiful Ballads
Compilation album by Boney M.
Released November 2000
Recorded 1977-1985, 2000
Genre Eurodance, pop, Euro disco
Length 78:02
Label MCI/BMG (GER)
Producer Frank Farian
Boney M. chronology
The Complete Collection
(2000)
Their Most Beautiful Ballads
(2000)
The Greatest Hits
(2001)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic [1]

Their Most Beautiful Ballads is a compilation album of recordings by Boney M. released by MCI/BMG in late 2000.

While Boney M. may be a group that is best known for their many chart topping disco hits such as "Daddy Cool", "Ma Baker" and "Rasputin", most of their original studio albums also included a number of ballads, tracks like "El Lute", "I'm Born Again", "Still I'm Sad", "Consuela Biaz" and "The Carnival Is Over" were in fact also successful single releases. Their Most Beautiful Ballads is the first compilation to gather these and it is not only digitally remastered, but most of the songs included have also been given a light contemporary remix treatment by original producer Frank Farian.

Track listing

  1. "The Carnival Is Over (Goodbye True Lover)" (Traditional, Chappell, Tom Springfield, Farian) - 3:45
    • Edited version
  2. "El Lute" (Farian, Jay, Klinkhammer, Kolonovits) - 3:59
    • Edited version
  3. "Somewhere in the World" (Davis, Grohe, Keilhauer) - 4:11
    • 2000 Remix
  4. "Where Did You Go?" (Bischof, Kawohl) - 3:38
    • 2000 Remix
  5. "Mass Hysteria/Heart of Gold" (Neil Young) - 3:35
    • 2000 Remix
  6. "10,000 Light Years" (Bischof, Björklund, Farian, Kawohl, Towers) - 4:24
    • 2000 Remix
  7. "Still I'm Sad" (McCarty, Samwell-Smith) - 3:50
    • 2000 Remix
  8. "Jimmy" (Farian) - 3:01
    • 2000 Remix
  9. "Consuela Biaz" (Courage, Farian, O'Hara) - 4:19
    • 2000 Remix
  10. "Goodbye My Friend" (Courage, Farian, Rulofs) - 4:38
    • 2000 Remix
  11. "I'm Born Again" (Jay, Rulofs) - 3:34
    • 2000 Remix
  12. "Sad Movies" (Loudermilk) - 3:22
    • 2000 Remix
  13. "Time to Remember" (Bischof, Farian, Kawohl) - 3:31
    • 2000 Remix
  14. "Ribbons of Blue" (Keith Forsey) - 2:40
    • 2000 Remix
  15. "When a Child Is Born" (Jay, Rulofs) - 3:21
    • 2000 Remix
  16. "The Little Drummer Boy" (Davis, Onorati, Simeone) - 4:13
    • 2000 Remix
  17. "Mary's Boy Child/Oh My Lord" (Jester Hairston, Farian, Jay, Lorin) - 4:26
    • 2000 Remix
  18. "Two of Us" (John Lennon, Paul McCartney) - 3:11
    • 2000 Remix
  19. "My Cherie Amour" (Cosby, Moy, Stevie Wonder) - 3:40
    • 2000 Remix
  20. "I See a Boat on the River" (Farian, Jay, Rulofs) - 3:05
    • 2000 Remix
  21. "Rivers of Babylon" (Farian, Reyam) - 3:27
    • Edited version

Personnel

Production

Release history

  • 2000 EU: MCI/BMG 74321 80341 2

Sources and external links

  • Rate Your Music, detailed discography
  • , Discogs.com, detailed discography
  • Allmusic, biography, discography etc.
  1. ^ Their Most Beautiful Ballads at AllMusic
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