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Evergreen: The Very Best of Hazell Dean

Hazell Dean

Evergreen: The Very Best of Hazell Dean

Hazell Dean

Evergreen: The Very Best of Hazell Dean

Release information

Release information

Label: Music Club Deluxe • Format: CD • Date: 10/09/2012 Cat#: MCDLX168 • Barcode: 5014797671683 • Genre: Pop

Track Listing

  1. Whatever I Do (Wherever I Go)
  2. Who's Leaving Who?
  3. Searchin' (I Gotta Find A Man)
  4. Maybe (We Should Call It A Day)
  5. Turn It Into Love
  6. Back In My Arms (Once Again)
  7. No Fool (For Love)
  8. Love Pains
  9. They Say It's Gonna Rain
  10. Evergreen
  11. Jealous Love
  12. Better Off Without You
  13. Stand Up
  14. Always Doesn't Mean Forever
  15. E.S.P. (Extra Sensual Persuasion)
  16. Keeping It Together
  17. Call And Say
  18. Can't Help The Way That I Feel
  19. More Than Words Can Say
  20. Are You Man Enough?
  21. Tell Me (You'll Wait For Me)
  1. Searchin' (I Gotta Find A Man) [Mega-Mix]
  2. Whatever I Do (Wherever I Go) [1987 Extended Remix]
  3. Who’s Leaving Who? [Alternative 12” Mix]
  4. Maybe (We Should Call It A Day) [Alternative Extended Version]
  5. Turn It Into Love [Extended Version]
  6. No Fool (For Love) [Dance Version]
  7. Evergreen [Extended Version]
  8. Jealous Love [Extended Version]
  9. Can't Help The Way That I Feel [12" Master]
  10. Love Pains [Rawhide & Bullwhip Mix]
  11. Better Off Without You [A Touch Of Leather Mix]
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About this release

Hazell Dean has remained one of the world’s leading Hi-NRG & Dance-pop artists throughout her ongoing 35+ year career. The gay and lesbian icon and chart heroine has had twelve UK chart hits, all included on her first 2 CD collection Evergreen: The Very Best of Hazell Dean.

CD 1 features chart blockbusters “Whatever I Do (Wherever I Go)”, “Who’s Leaving Who” and “Searchin’ (I Gotta Find A Man)” as well as more hits and 3 previously unreleased mixes from the PWL archive.

CD 2 features a host of material available for the first time on CD including rare and unreleased mixes of “Maybe (We Should Call It A Day)” and “No Fool (For Love)” and more making this the essential Hazell Dean collection.