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t only ten songs and 24 minutes, this is a bit skimpy, but it does include his Imperial chart singles from the mid-'60s. "Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me" is the natural highlight, and one that may be best appreciated via its appearance on compilations. Richie Unterberger, All Music Guide


The Best of Mel Carter 1 LISTEN(All of a Sudden) My Heart Sings 2:44 2 LISTENBand of Gold 2:17 3 LISTENBe My Love 2:43 4 LISTENFor Once in My Life 2:18 5 LISTENHold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me 2:29 6 LISTENI'll Never Be Free 2:34 7 LISTENLove Is All We Need 1:49 8 LISTENTake Good Care of Her 2:48 9 LISTENThe More I See You 2:27 10 LISTENYou, You, You 2:33
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Artist:  Mel Carter
Label:  Capitol
Genre:  Pop
Release Date:  May 28, 1996
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review by . December 16, 2008
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This is about as bare bones as it gets folks. "The Best of Mel Carter" just has to be one of the stingiest offerings I have ever come across. And that's too bad because just about anything Mel Carter sings is a pleasure to listen to. Yes, you will find all of Mel's Hot 100 hits here including my personal favorite "Band of Gold" as well as his most popular single "Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me" which peaked at #8 back in June of '65. One of the main reasons I decided to purchase this disc was to finally …
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