- Released: May 22, 2001
- Label: Hip-O Records
- 1.Love Will Keep Us Together
- 2.The Way I Want to Touch You
- 3.Disney Girl
- 4.I Write the Songs
- 5.Lonely Night (Angel Face)
- 6.Shop Around
- 7.Muskrat Love
- 8.Wedding Song (There Is Love)
- 9.Song of Joy
- 10.Can't Stop Dancing
- 11.Come in from the Rain
- 13.I'm on My Way
- 14.You Never Done It Like That
- 15.You Need a Woman Tonight
- 16.Do That to Me One More Time
- 17.Love on a Shoestring
- 18.Happy Together (A Fantasy)
- 19.Gentle Stranger
- 20.Keeping Our Love Warm
- 21.We Never Really Say Goodbye
- 22.Por Amor Viviremos
The Captain & Tenille: Toni Tenille, Daryl Dragon.
Producers include: Daryl Dragon, Morgan Cavett, Toni Tennille.
Compilation producer: Mike Ragogna.
Includes liner notes by Lisa Sutton.
All tracks have been digitally remastered.
Personnel: Toni Tennille (vocals); Daryl Dragon (keyboards).
Liner Note Author: Lisa Sutton.
Photographers: Norman Seeff; Neal Preston.
Hip-O's Ultimate Collection: The Complete Hits will likely be too much music for most audiences, simply because most listeners don't remember much more than "Love Will Keep Us Together," "Muskrat Love," and "Do That to Me One More Time" from Captain & Tennille. They actually had many more hits than that -- 11 more, four of which hit the Top Ten, actually (for the record, they are "The Way I Want to Touch You," "Lonely Night (Angel Face)," "Shop Around," and "You Never Done It Like That"). All of them are here, along with several other singles and album tracks on this generous 22-track collection. To be frank, Captain & Tennille weren't quite varied or deep enough to make this collection not lose steam toward the middle, but the highlights -- the three Neil Sedaka-penned tunes ("Love Will Keep Us Together," "Lonely Night (Angel Face)," "You Never Done It Like That,") plus "Do That to Me One More Time" -- are all very good, standing proudly amongst soft rock hits of the time. Still, all of these can be better heard on a more concise collection, since a shorter running time makes Captain & Tennille sound like more consistent hitmakers. Although some listeners will prefer to have this more thorough overview, the number of tracks on Ultimate Collection reveals that the duo could only occasionally put it across the plate. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine