The Best of Don McLean - Don Mclean

The Best of Don McLean

Don Mclean

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 1989-09-12
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 10

  • This Compilation ℗ 1988 Capitol Records Inc.


Title Artist Time
American Pie Don Mclean 8:35 USD 1.29
Vincent Don Mclean 4:00 USD 1.29
And I Love You So Don Mclean 4:18 USD 1.29
Crying Don Mclean 3:42 USD 1.29
Castles In the Air Don Mclean 3:42 USD 1.29
Dreidel Don Mclean 3:47 USD 1.29
Winterwood Don Mclean 3:11 USD 1.29
Everyday Don Mclean 2:26 USD 1.29
Mountains O'Mourne Don Mclean 4:29 USD 1.29
Prime Time Don Mclean 4:59 USD 1.29


  • Timeless touches of the human spirit

    By True3
    These songs slightly missed my glory days...but were the heart of my older I learned to love them at home rather than as radio constant. Each one of them touches you...I mean really leaves a mark. I can’t imagine my life without these beautiful songs. The heartfelt lyrics and the sound of a real guitar take me back home to the best times of my family. They have been important touchstones in my life...listen to them a few times and I believe they will become yours too. Such a real and almost haunting sound...even Elvis when he seem to be searching at the end found McLean’s music a part of him...just to to hear them and not find one that touches your soul.
  • Castles in the air

    By Gonzo the Grateful
    This song reflects the best of Don McLean - soulful lyrics woven in a contemporary (at the time) ballad. Simple and elegant .
  • I love these old songs

    By Kopitarrules
    I am only part of a handful of the newest generation (I am 19) that love these kind of songs. The 70s is the best era for music.
  • CTY

    By EliJ9
    If you ever went to CTY, then you remember American Pie from the dances. And you probably loved it. I know that I do, as well as the rest of this album.
  • And I Love you So

    By Boucaria
    Don McLean's version of this song is clearly the definitive, but it is such a great song it allows some variation in interpretation.I had first heard this song done by Perry Como, which is done beautifully, and I bought that as well as Elvis's version. All three have the core of the song, but each artist does it so distinctively.Fans of McLean know his hits and some not so well known hits, but the perfect thing about McLean is that he is not a misery master, he touches your heart and does it so very well.
  • Bringing back the 70's with American Pie

    By Su-zieQ
    If there was ever a song that stirs up so many thoughts of the 70's for me this one is it.. For me the 70's produced some of the best music ever written. I guess it helps that the 70's and 80's were my glory days... but I absolutely love American Pie.. such a classic... There wasn't anything I didn't like about the 70's except for the VietNam war. I loved the styles, I loved the music... I loved the times...