- Released: September 28, 1993
- Label: MCA
- 1.Tell Me Why
- 3.Three Coins in the Fountain
- 4.A Garden in the Rain
- 5.You Brought Me Love
- 6.(It's No) Sin
- 7.Heart and Soul
- 8.I'm Yours
- 9.I Understand
- 10.Stranger in Paradise
- 11.The Gang That Sang "Heart of My Heart"
- 12.Should I?
- 13.Love Is a Many Splendored Thing
- 15.It's a Woman's World
- 16.Melody of Love
- 17.A Woman in Love
- 18.Mr. Sandman
The Four Aces includes: Al Alberts (vocals).
Includes liner notes by Peter A. Grendysa.
Personnel: Sod Vaccaro, Lou Silvestri, Al Alberts, Dave Mahoney (vocals).
Audio Remasterer: Paul Elmore.
Liner Note Author: Peter Grendysa.
Recording information: Cleveland, OH (04/??/1951-10/18/1955); Decca Studios, New York, NY (04/??/1951-10/18/1955); Pythian Temple, New York, NY (04/??/1951-10/18/1955); Reco-Art Studios, Philadelphia, PA (04/??/1951-10/18/1955).
Arrangers: Jack Pleis; Al Alberts; Marty Gold.
Greatest Hits contains all the group's best songs in this 18-track collection. Included are the essential hits "Mr. Sandman," "(It's No) Sin," "Tell Me Why," "Three Coins in a Fountain," and "Love Is a Many Splendored Thing." The Four Aces are due for some revisiting. Pop culture has returned to their musical fountain over the years, from Back to the Future ("Mr. Sandman") to Moulin Rouge ("Love Is a Many Splendored Thing" opens the track "Elephant Love Medley"). Some of the other standout tracks include the Hoagy Charmichael song "Heart and Soul" and "Should I?." A group worth discovering, and a top-notch collection. ~ JT Griffith