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Platinum & Gold Collection (Remastered)


Download links and information about Platinum & Gold Collection (Remastered) by Vince Gill. This album was released in 2003 and it belongs to Country genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 42:27 minutes.

Artist: Vince Gill
Release date: 2003
Genre: Country
Tracks: 12
Duration: 42:27
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No. Title Length
1. Cinderella 3:34
2. Oklahoma Borderline 3:37
3. I Never Knew Lonely 3:59
4. If It Weren't for Him (featuring Rosanne Cash) 3:30
5. Everybody's Sweetheart 2:50
6. Let's Do Something 3:18
7. Turn Me Loose 3:09
8. Oh Carolina 3:16
9. Victim of Life's Circumstances 3:18
10. The Radio 4:03
11. True Love 3:59
12. Lucy Dee 3:54



Released in 2003, Platinum & Gold Collection is a mid-line collection of highlights from Vince Gill's recordings for RCA in the '80s. He wasn't with the label for a very long time, releasing just three albums during the decade, so there isn't that much to draw from for a compilation. Consequently, it should be little surprise that there's a lot of overlap between Platinum & Gold Collection and previous RCA-era Gill compilations — for instance, nine of the ten tracks on 1989's Best of Vince Gill are on this 12-track comp, while ten of these are on the 20-track 1995 collection Essential. So, if you have either of those previous collections, this likely isn't necessary, but if you're in the market for a solid overview of his RCA work, Platinum & Gold fits the bill nicely, since it has all the big hits — "Oklahoma Borderline," "Cinderella," "Let's Do Something," "Everybody's Sweetheart," and the Rosanne Cash duet "If It Weren't for Him" — at a reasonable price.