This is a CD of mostly re-recordings of his hits but it has some newer tracks that are not re-recordings. This also has his solo version of "Let It Be Me" instead of the duet version found on most other releases.
Here we have an issue that I have only seen being sold in Japan. Most of the tracks are re-recordings of his hits but it has a few tracks not available on any other CD. I bought it for the new tracks and I am not disappointed. I think all Lobo Fans will like this CD.
Here we have another issue that is sold new only on the artist's website. This CD features some tracks not found on the others I have shared. This one has four tracks from his 1996 Asia only issue "Sometimes" and that is the reason I bought it.
These issues have the same title but not the same tracklist. The 1990 WEA release is another of Lobo's Asia only issues. This out-of-print CD is quite pricey if you can even find it at all. The 2006 Lobo website issue (#CD01) is for sale only through the artist's website and is available in the U.S.
This issue is not a legitimate release and it is an Asia only issue. The mastering on this is different than the other Lobo CDs I have shared and this one has some tracks on it not found the others. I like this CD and recommend it to those that like Lobo even if you have the other CDs.
Anyone who has ever loved "Me and You and a Dog Named Boo" will find plenty to explore on The Best of Lobo, which contains 18 tracks including "I'd Love You to Want Me, " "Don't Expect Me to Be Your Friend, " "How Can I Tell Her, " and, of course, "Me and You and a Dog Named Boo." This is an excellent single CD collection of his tunes.
This album was released in Europe on the Philips label (#6303 171) in 1976 and never released in the U.S.. This post is a rip I made of a cd that I bought direct from the artist's website. I don't believe this cd has ever been available commercially. On the artist website it is listed as "Lobo CD02"
This is a Rhino reissue of Lobo's fourth and fifth albums. These were originally issued in 1974 and 1975 on the Big Tree label. Several of these tracks got some radio airplay but none of them were major hits. As stated above, this is the 1997 Rhino issue. There is a 2008 release on Wounded Bird that has different artwork but the same tracklisting.
This is a Rhino reissue of Lobo's third album with six bonus tracks. It was originally issued in 1973 on the Big Tree label. Several of these tracks got some radio airplay.
This is a 2on1 Rhino reissue of Lobo's first 2 albums in original track order with no bonus tracks. Both albums generated hits for him as well as his follow up albums. He had several soft rock hits in the early to mid 70's. He didn't have any more chart success after the 1970s in the U.S. but remained quite popular in Asia.