Vic Dana charted a long string of mostly moderate and minor hit singles in the '60s, but never achieved the name recognition of such likeminded contemporaries as Bobby Vinton or even Jack Jones. Dana's biggest hit and only Top Ten entry was one of three hit versions of "Red Roses for a Blue Lady" in 1965, and, in general, his hits were covers of songs that are strongly associated with other artists. Dana may not have forged a unique musical identity, but his recordings bridged the gap between teen idol pop and adult contemporary, making him the sort of sturdy and versatile MOR vocalist who enjoyed steady album sales but not spectacularly successful singles. The Complete Hits of Vic Dana offers 18 tracks, including all 16 of Dana's charting singles, and the overall sound quality is excellent as per Eric Records' usual standards. ~ Greg Adams
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