McBride greatest coming from old label
Thursday, December 15, 2011
– Martina McBride will have a greatest hits package out in January with three new songs through her old label, RCA Records Nashville.
"Hits and More" will be out Jan. 17. The music is a career-spanning collection of songs, which includes four number 1 singles, 10 top-5's and 2 top-10's.
Songs on the disc are:
1. "My Baby Loves Me"
2. "Independence Day"
3. "Wild Angels"
4. "A Broken Wing"
5. "Valentine" (with Jim Brickman)
6. "Happy Girl"
7. "Whatever You Say"
8. "I Love You"
9. "Love's the Only House"
11. "Where Would You Be"
12. "Concrete Angel"
13. "This One's For the Girls"
14. "In My Daughter's Eyes"
17. "Wrong Baby Wrong"
18. "Surrender" - new
19. "Straight to the Bone" - new
20. "Being Myself" - new
McBride now records for Republic Nashville and released "Eleven" earlier this year.
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