Their Very Best

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It’s about time—the Amazing Rhythm Aces may have only graced the country Top 20 three times, but any still-active band whose history stretches back for well over three decades deserves a fitting anthology (their most recent best-of was 4 You 4 Ever, back in 1982). Their Very Best does the job nicely, featuring their mid-1970s biggies (“Third Rate Romance,” “Amazing Grace [Used to Be Her Favorite Song]” and “The End Is Not in Sight [The Cowboy Tune]”), continuing through lesser-known gems and winding up with frontman Russell Smith’s 1989 Top 40 entry, “I Wonder What She’s Doing Tonight.”

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