|Timeless: The Classics|
|Studio album by|
|Released||September 29, 1992|
|Label|| Columbia |
|Producer||Walter Afanasieff, Michael Bolton, David Foster|
|Michael Bolton chronology|
|Singles from Timeless: The Classics|
Timeless: The Classics is a 1992 album of cover versions by Michael Bolton. It was #1 on the Billboard charts when it was released. After a rather long chart run, the album has been certified 4× Platinum in the US and has sold over 7 million copies worldwide.
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|The Rolling Stone Album Guide|
|No.||Title||Writer(s)||Originally Recorded by||Length|
|1.||"Since I Fell for You"||Buddy Johnson||Ella Johnson||3:09|
|2.||"To Love Somebody"||Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb||The Bee Gees||4:09|
|3.||"Reach Out I'll Be There" (featuring The Four Tops)||Lamont Dozier, Brian Holland, Eddie Holland||The Four Tops||3:54|
|4.||"You Send Me"||Sam Cooke||Sam Cooke||4:00|
|6.||"Hold On, I'm Comin'"||Isaac Hayes, David Porter||Sam & Dave||3:15|
|7.||"Bring It On Home to Me"||Cooke||Sam Cooke||4:27|
|8.||"Knock on Wood"||Steve Cropper, Eddie Floyd||Eddie Floyd||3:51|
|9.||"Drift Away"||Mentor Williams||John Henry Kurtz||6:07|
|10.||"White Christmas"||Irving Berlin||Bing Crosby||3:42|
Tower Of Power Horn Section (Tracks 6 & 8)
Orchestra (Tracks 1, 2, 4, 5, 7 & 10)
|Australia (ARIA)||2× Platinum||140,000^|
|Canada (Music Canada)||4× Platinum||400,000^|
|New Zealand (RMNZ)||Gold||7,500^|
|United Kingdom (BPI)||3× Platinum||900,000^|
|United States (RIAA)||4× Platinum||4,000,000^|
^ Shipments figures based on certification alone.
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