Drip Drop: His Greatest Hits on Columbia
Dion had split with the Belmonts and recorded a few solo records for Laurie Records before landing at Columbia in 1962. This collection brings together 10 of his best from that era, representing Dion’s transition from doo wopper to bluesman. With Drip Drop; This Little Girl; You’re Mine; He’ll Only Hurt You; Ruby Baby; No One’s Waiting For Me; The Loneliest Man In The World; Be Careful Of The Stones That You Throw; I Can’t Believe (That You Don’t Love Me Anymore) and Donna the Prima Donna.
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