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Victor Wood - 18 Greatest Hits (2009)

30-01-2016, 20:28
Pop | Oldies | Rock

Title: 18 Greatest Hits
Year Of Release: 2009
Label: Vicor Records
Genre: Pop Rock, Oldies
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 54:02
Total Size: 129 MB

1. Mr. Lonely (2:45)
2. Eternally (2:30)
3. Carmelita (2:31)
4. Malupit Na Pag-Ibig (2:19)
5. Cheryl Moana Marie (2:54)
6. Sweet Caroline (3:13)
7. Release Me (3:13)
8. I'm Sorry My Love (2:57)
9. Ibig Kong Magtapat (2:48)
10. I Went To Your Wedding (3:36)
11. Knock On Wood (2:43)
12. Sincerely (4:00)
13. In Despair (3:13)
14. A Tear Fel (2:29)
15. Iniibig Ko'y Nakatali Na (4:43)
16. Once More Chance (2:55)
17. Twilight Time (2:31)
18. The Great Pretender (2:33)

The album is dominated by remakes of American songs. The songs are mostly slow, and the music is mellow and soothing. In addition, Victor Wood's delivery throughout the album is also warm and soothing. He possesses a fine voice, and has much depth and fluidity. The original versions of these songs are excellent, of course, but Victor Wood stamps his own personality here, and makes the songs enjoyable and worthwhile.

Victor Wood was born on February 1, 1946 in Buhi, Camarines Sur, Philippines to Sgt. Kocky Wood and Rosario "Tiyang Saring" Nobleza. His mother was well known in Buhi and neighboring towns for selling herbal medications and perfumes. He studied and finished secondary school at Jose Abad Santos High. His voice earned him various titles, including Jukebox King and Plaka King. In the 1970s, his career bloomed. He loved the adulation and admiration of his fans and the media.

He and his family migrated to the US in the 70’s, where he co-owned four gasoline stations and was into real estate and landscaping. In addition, he managed the $i.5-million Palm Plaza Restaurant.

He ran for the Senate of the Philippines during the 2007 Philippine general election, under the KBL banner, but lost. ~Wikipedia

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