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The Call - The Millennium Collection


Tracks: Let The Day Begin,The Walls Came Down, War Weary World, Turn A Blind Eye, Modern Romans, Scene Beyond Dreams, Everywhere I Go, I Don't Wanna,You Run, What's Happened To You, I Still Believe (Great Design)(live)

released October 31, 2000 by Hip-O Records

The Call - The Best Of The Call


Tracks: Let The Day Begin, Everywhere I Go, I Still Believe, I Don't Wanna, Memory, What's Happened To You, You Were There, Become America (previously unreleased), To Feel This Way, Us, All You Hold Onto (previously unreleased), We Know Too Much (previously available on the tribute album to Mark Heard called "Orphans Of God"), The Walls Came Down, Uncovered

released 07/08/97 by WEA/Warner Brothers (catalog#46488)

The All Music Guide had this to say: The Walls Come Down may offer more songs, beating this by six songs, but 20th Century Masters may satisfy the tastes of the group's casual followers somewhat better, since it includes "Let the Day Begin" (Al Gore's 2000 campaign theme, incidentally) along with "The Walls Come Down" and "Surrender," among other Call anthems. Michael Been's songwriting remains admirably strident, but the Call probably remains best heard in concentrated form for anyone other than the converted -- so this is the place for most listeners to go.
The All Music Guide had this to say: The Best of the Call compiles all of the hits and best-known songs from the group's career, adding a couple of solo tracks from their leader, Michael Been, as well as two new tracks by the band, which feature contributions from Bruce Cockburn and Jim Keltner. It's a near-definitive collection, and for the casual fan, it contains all the Call they'll need.