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PostPosted: Wed October 18th, 2017, 11:58 GMT 
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dvdunplugged wrote:
Everyone has the right to put forward their choice, but I personally couldn't include Huck's Tune and at the same time leave out Things Have Changed. It has nothing to do with 'hits' but as someone else has already said THC is the most played song from the whole period covered.


Actually I would have THC on there. I was just (mis) remembering it as farther back in time than the comp would cover. I thought it was on GH 3. So, okay knock off HT and put that.


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PostPosted: Wed October 18th, 2017, 12:30 GMT 
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Ain't Talkin' wrote:
dvdunplugged wrote:
Everyone has the right to put forward their choice, but I personally couldn't include Huck's Tune and at the same time leave out Things Have Changed. It has nothing to do with 'hits' but as someone else has already said THC is the most played song from the whole period covered.


Actually I would have THC on there. I was just (mis) remembering it as farther back in time than the comp would cover. I thought it was on GH 3. So, okay knock off HT and put that.



There's lots of THC in pretty much all of Dylan's albums.


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PostPosted: Thu October 19th, 2017, 06:41 GMT 
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Also ignoring the single disc parameter. Volume 1 was a single album and Volume 2 was a double, so I'd like to repeat that pattern with 3 and 4. Also, Volume 2 covered the same time period as 1 and just moved it forward, so I'm doing that with my version of 4. Not going all the way back to 1973, but will pick it up, as TTS did, with the beginning of gravel voiced Mod Bob in 1989. Here goes...

Disc 1:
Beyond Here Lies Nothing
Pay in Blood
Blood in My Eyes
Man in the Long Black Coat
Million Miles
The Night We Called It A Day
High Water (For Charley Patton)
Early Roman Kings
When the Deal Goes Down
Must Be Santa
Po' Boy
Tell Ol' Bill
Everything Is Broken
Not Dark Yet
Cold Irons Bound (live, TTS)
Ain't Talkin'

Disc 2:
Thunder On the Mountain
Most of the Time
You're Gonna Quit Me
'Cross the Green Mountain
Trying To Get To Heaven
Mississippi
Born in Time
Nettie Moore
Summer Days
Make You Feel My Love
Things Have Changed
I Feel A Change Comin' On
Melancholy Mood
Duquesne Whistle
Love Sick (live, TTS iTunes bonus track)
Once Upon A Time


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PostPosted: Thu October 19th, 2017, 10:25 GMT 
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McG wrote:
littlemaggie wrote:

I think Jim Jones is an outstanding performance and certainly one of the highlights of 'Good As I Been To You'. But I disagree with you regarding the 'title track', which I find comes up short thematically, is lyrically lacking and has a distinct paucity of melody.

Normally I would say such opinions are subjective, but in this case I believe I could could prove myself to be objectively correct in a court of law.


If this insane project has to come to pass, then the one song chosen to represent the acoustic albums must be 'Delia'.

It's not up for argument.


My absolute favorite song from the fantastic World Gone Wrong.

And a GH4 would have to have Not Dark Yet - leaving that off would make no sense, it's a masterpiece.


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