Any Recent Homemade Compilations You Are Particularly Proud Of?

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  1. MarilynsPickle

    MarilynsPickle Well-Known Member

    Location:
    USA
    I made a Talking Heads singles compilation using the DVD-Audio 5.1 remixes. I downmixed to stereo and recreated any edits based off of the original single edits. But I let "The Lady Don't Mind" have a special cold ending (which is only on the 5.1 mix) instead of fading the song out.

    TALKING HEADS SINGLES (REMIXED)
    1. Uh-Oh, Love Comes To Town (Alternate Remix) [2:50]
    2. Pyscho Killer (Acoustic Remix) [4:10]
    3. Pulled Up (Remix) [4:29]
    4. Take Me To The River (Remix/Edit) [3:39]
    5. Life During Wartime (Remix) [3:37]
    6. I Zimbra (Remix) [3:09]
    7. Cities (Remix) [4:13]
    8. Crosseyed And Painless (Remix/Edit) [3:21]
    9. Once In A Lifetime (Remix/Edit) [3:29]
    10. Houses In Motion (Remix/Edit) [3:47]
    11. Burning Down The House (Remix) [4:07]
    12. This Must Be The Place (Naive Melody) (Remix/Edit) [3:49]
    13. Girlfriend Is Better (Remix/Edit) [4:23]
    14. The Lady Don’t Mind (Remix/Edit) [3:32]
    15. Road To Nowhere (Remix/Edit) [4:02]
    16. And She Was (Remix/Edit) [3:31]
    17. Wild Wild Life (Remix) [3:38]
    18. Love For Sale (Remix/Edit) [4:00]
    19. Radio Head (Remix) [3:32]
    20. Blind (Remix/Edit) [4:10]
    21. (Nothing But) Flowers (Remix/Edit) [4:15]
     
  2. AKA

    AKA I got a custom title

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    Ramones

    1, 2, 3, 4! Hits & Misses

    DISC ONE:
    1. Blitzkrieg Bop
    2. Havana Affair
    3. I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend
    4. Judy Is a Punk
    5. Beat on the Brat
    6. Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue
    7. Pinhead
    8. Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment
    9. Commando
    10. California Sun
    11. Sheena Is a Punk Rocker
    12. I Don't Care
    13. Rockaway Beach
    14. We're a Happy Family
    15. Cretin Hop
    16. Teenage Lobotomy
    17. Do You Wanna Dance?
    18. Needles and Pins [remixed single version]
    19. She's the One
    20. I Wanna Be Sedated
    21. I Just Want to Have Something to Do
    22. Rock 'n' Roll High School [Ed Stadium mix]
    23. I Want You Around [Ed Stadium mix]
    24. Baby, I Love You
    25. Danny Says
    26. Chinese Rock
    27. Do You Remember Rock 'n' Roll Radio?
    28. We Want the Airwaves
    29. The KKK Took My Baby Away
    30. She's a Sensation
    31. Psycho Therapy
    32. Outsider

    DISC TWO:
    1. Howling at the Moon (Sha-La-La)
    2. Wart Hog
    3. Chasing the Night
    4. Daytime Dilemma (Dangers of Love)
    5. Smash You
    6. Bonzo Goes to Bitburg
    7. Somebody Put Something in My Drink
    8. Something to Believe In [single version]
    9. A Real Cool Time
    10. Bop 'Til You Drop
    11. I Wanna Live
    12. Merry Christmas (I Don't Want to Fight Tonight) [single version]
    13. Pet Sematary [single version]
    14. I Believe in Miracles
    15. Zero Zero UFO
    16. Poison Heart
    17. Censor****
    18. Strength to Endure
    19. Main Man
    20. Touring
    21. Spider-Man
    22. I Don't Want to Grow Up
    23. The Crusher
    24. She Talks to Rainbows
    25. Life's a Gas
    26. R.A.M.O.N.E.S. [Joey vocal]
     
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  3. AKA

    AKA I got a custom title

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    Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
    The Best of Everything

    DISC ONE (1973-1985):
    1. Up in Mississippi Tonight
    2. Depot Street
    3. Rockin’ Around (With You)
    4. Breakdown
    5. Anything That’s Rock ’n’ Roll
    6. American Girl
    7. I Need to Know
    8. Listen to Her Heart
    9. Even the Losers
    10. Don’t Do Me Like That
    11. Refugee
    12. Here Comes My Girl
    13. The Waiting
    14. The Nighwatchman
    15. A Woman in Love (It’s Not Me)
    16. Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around
    17. You Got Lucky
    18. Change of Heart
    19. Straight Into Darkness
    20. Don’t Come Around Here No More
    21. Rebels
    22. Southern Accents

    DISC TWO (1985-1994):
    1. Make It Better (Forget About Me)
    2. Jammin’ Me
    3. Let Me Up (I’ve Had Enough)
    4. Handle with Care
    5. Last Night
    6. End of the Line
    7. I Won’t Back Down
    8. Runnin’ Down a Dream
    9. Free Fallin’
    10. Yer So Bad
    11. Learning to Fly
    12. Into the Great Wide Open
    13. Out in the Cold
    14. Kings Highway
    15. Mary Jane’s Last Dance
    16. You Don’t Know How It Feels
    17. You Wreck Me
    18. It’s Good to Be King
    19. A Higher Place
    20. Wildflowers

    DISC THREE (1996-2016):
    1. Walls
    2. Angel Dream (No. 4)
    3. Climb That Hill
    4. Free Girl Now
    5. Room at the Top
    6. Swingin’
    7. The Last DJ
    8. Dreamville
    9. Have Love Will Travel
    10. Square One
    11. Saving Grace
    12. Flirting with Time
    13. Scare Easy
    14. Lover of the Bayou
    15. I Should Have Known It
    16. U.S. 41
    17. American Dream Plan B
    18. U Get Me High
    19. Forgotten Man
    20. Trailer
    21. I Forgive It All

    Disc one, tracks 1-2; disc three, tracks 13-14 and 20-21 are performed by Mudcrutch.
    Disc one, track 16 is performed by Stevie Nicks with Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers.
    Disc two, tracks 4-6 are performed by Traveling Wilburys.
    Disc two, tracks 7-11 and tracks 16-20; disc three, tracks 10-12 are solo Tom Petty projects.
     
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  4. AKA

    AKA I got a custom title

    That should say, "Disc two, tracks 7-10."
     
  5. mbrownp1

    mbrownp1 Forum Resident

    Stones in the 80's:
    1. "Emotional Rescue"
    2. "Little T&A"
    3. "Sad Sad Sad"
    4. "Too Much Blood"
    5. "Dirty Work"
    6. "Fight"
    7. "Let Me Go"
    8. "Hang Fire"
    9. "Undercover of the Night"
    10. "Where the Boys Go"
    11. "Mixed Emotions"
    12. "Dance (Pt. 1)"
    13. "She's So Cold"
    14. "Can't Be Seen"
    15. "Summer Romance"
    16. "Waiting on a Friend"
    17. "Wanna Hold You"
    18. "Terrifying"
    19. "Start Me Up"
    20. "Tops"
    21. "Slipping Away"
    22. "Slave"
    23. "One Hit (To the Body)"
    24. "She Was Hot"
    25. "All the Way Down"
    26. "Too Rude"
    27. "Worried About You"
    28. "Rock and a Hard Place"
    29. "Sleep Tonight"
    30. "Almost Hear You Sigh"
     
  6. John Fell

    John Fell Forum Survivor

    Location:
    Undisclosed
    I made a 2 cd set of the Ronnie Wood years a few years ago.
     
  7. badfinger54

    badfinger54 Active Member

    Location:
    Victoria, TX USA
    Not terribly recent, but I'm pleased with it. This CD compilation fills an 80 minute CD with the absolute best of THE MERSEYBEATS and THE MERSEYS. The best quality available of each track was used. A few rare tracks were included and the alternate version of the classic "Sorrow" has been speed-corrected. A great collection for an under-rated British Invasion group that TRULY collects the best (according to my tastes).

    THE BEST OF THE MERSEYBEATS & MERSEYS

    1. It's Love That Really Counts
    2. The Fortune Teller
    3. I Think of You
    4. Mister Moonlight
    5. The Things I Want to Hear (Pretty Words)
    6. Don't Turn Around
    7. Really Mystified
    8. Milkman
    9. Last Night (I Made a Little Girl Cry)
    10. See Me Back
    11. Soldier of Love
    12. Don't Let It Happen to Us
    13. It Would Take a Long, Long Time
    14. Good Good Lovin'
    15. I Stand Accused
    16. All My Life
    17. Hello, Young Lovers
    18. He Will Break Your Heart
    19. Funny Face
    20. Fools Like Me
    21. My Heart and I
    22. Bring It on Home to Me
    23. Jumping Jonah
    24. I'm Gonna Sit Right Down and Cry
    25. Shame
    26. You Can't Judge a Book by Its Cover
    27. Nothing Can Change This Love - The Merseys
    28. Sorrow - The Merseys
    29. Some Other Day - The Merseys
    30. So Sad About Us - The Merseys
    31. The Cat - The Merseys
    32. Dreaming - The Merseys
    33. Sorrow (Alternate Version) - The Merseys
    (Heavy alternate version featuring Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones 1966 - De-Clicked by me)
    34. Honey Do - The Crackers (The Merseys)

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  8. warewolf95

    warewolf95 Forum Resident

    Mind sharing? :)
     
  9. warewolf95

    warewolf95 Forum Resident

    Paul McCartney - Played To Press: The Press To Play Extras

    1. Spies Like Us
    2. Hanglide (B-side)
    3. Pretty Little Head (Single remix)
    4. It's Not True (6 minute, Big Drums version)
    5. Yvonne's The One (outtake)
    6. Simple As That
    7. Tough On a Tightrope
    8. It's Not True (Quiet, B-side version)
    9. My Carnival (B-side)
    10. Write Away
    11. Beautiful Night (ok, I know it's from the Ramone sessions but when I made this it fit perfectly...)

    :)
     
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  10. Mother

    Mother Forum Resident

    Location:
    Melbourne
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    Iggy Pop and Bowie collaborated off and on over many years throughout the 70s and 80s. It’s no secret that Bowie was significantly inspired and influenced by The Stooges groundbreaking late-60s/early-70s period, going on to produce the 1973 landmark album Raw Power. This compilation provides an insight into the breadth and depth of further collaborations for better or for worse, yet always interesting.
    1. Sister Midnight – Opening track off Iggy’s 1977 comeback, and Bowie-produced, Berlin-era The Idiot.
    2. What in the World – Bowie’s Low album released early-1977. Underrated track, features Iggy prominently on backing vocals.
    3. Tonight – The title track to the second album released by Iggy in 1977 (Lust for Life). One of his finest moments. Disastrously covered by Bowie (featuring Tina Turner) on his ill-defined 1984 album of the same name…more of that to come.
    4. Little Miss Emperor – The first of three Pop/Bowie co-writes, these tracks lifted from Iggy’s, very good, Bowie-produced Blah Blah Blah (1986) album. Sure, massive 80s production values, but they’re good songs. Check’em out:
    5. Isolation
    6. Shades
    7. Tiny Girls – Revisiting Iggy’s The Idiot. This track conjuring a smoky, late-night Berlin club. Includes some lovely baroque sax from Bowie throughout.
    8. Neighborhood Threat – Another track off Iggy’s Lust for Life and another one questionably covered by Bowie on Tonight.
    9. Play it Safe – This track taken from Iggy’s underrated Soldier (1980). Jim Kerr from Simple Minds: “In 1979 Simple Minds went to Rockfield studios in the Welsh countryside to record our second album. It’s probably our most Bowie influenced work. We were in the small studio just teenagers and we were like; Who’s in the big studio? It turned out it was Iggy Pop recording Soldier. One night Iggy comes through our door, talk about worse for wear! Bowie’s with him, holding a can of Heineken, and he goes ‘Skin Up!’ We hung out for a bit and then they disappeared. Twenty minutes later we get a call from the engineer in Studio A, “David would like you all to come round for a football crowd type chorus”. So we pile round pretty drunk, girlfriends and all. Bowie’s taking charge and he’s still got a Heineken and a fag, and we’re all around the mike for this track called Play it Safe. I remember Bowie saying very diplomatically “OK, sounds good. Now, can everyone who doesn’t sing professionally, step away from the mike”. That left me, aged 19, sandwiched between Bowie and Iggy Pop. Not one person had a ****ing camera!
    10. Bang Bang – Another track by Iggy, this one lifted from his Party (1981) album. Bowie again covering this on his less-than-stellar Never Let Me Down (1987).
    11. Tumble and Twirl – Finally a track from the much maligned Tonight. This fresh co-write with Iggy references their island travels in Borneo and, enjoy it or not, there’s nothing quite like it. I happen to love it.
    12. Dancing with the Big Boys – Another fresh original off Bowie’s Tonight, co-written with Iggy and Bowie mainstay Carlos Alomar. Includes some fantastic non-sequiturs only Iggy could dream up eg:”where there’s trouble there’s poetry” and “your family is a football team“.
    13. Don’t Look Down – Third and final Tonight track. Bowie’s cover of superb Iggy/James Williamson original from his essential New Values (1979). Bowie approaches this in reggae fashion for some reason. Made for excellent incidental music for the Julian Temple-directed mini-film Jazzin’ for Blue Jean.
    14. China Girl – Iggy’s towering original version lifted from The Idiot. Bowie covered it in 1983 beautifully, for his mega-hit album Let’s Dance.
    15. Lust for Life – Co-written by David Bowie and title track to Iggy’s 1977 album (featuring the Sales brothers, later from cleansing rock project Tin Machine). Considered something of a signature Iggy Pop song, and for good reason.
    16. Red Money – Tying things up nicely, this closing track from Bowie’s otherworldly Lodger (1979) album, reworking this compilation’s opener Sister Midnight.
     
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  11. warewolf95

    warewolf95 Forum Resident

    Paul McCartney - Give My Regards to Broad Street, Redux

    1. No More Lonely Nights (Single/ballad)
    2. I Love This House
    3. Not Such a Bad Boy
    4. No Values
    5. We Got Married (1984 version)
    6. Eleanor Rigby/Eleanor's Dream
    7. Your School (outtake)
    8. Lindiana (outtake)
    9. No More Lonely Nights (Playout Version)
    10. Goodnight Princess

    I can't stand re-recordings for the most part, so the original album is pretty unlistenable for my taste. This helped curb my collector's OCD. :)
     
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  12. warewolf95

    warewolf95 Forum Resident

    Stevie Ray Vaughan - Couldn't Stand The Weather, The Extras

    Another mopping up exercise. CSTW had a strong album's + of bonus material spread across various reissues/deluxe editions and also The Sky Is Crying album.

    1. Empty Arms (VASTLY superior to the dreadful Soul to Soul version)
    2. Come On, Part III
    3. Look at Little Sister
    4. The Sky Is Crying
    5. Hide Away
    6. Give Me Back My Wig
    7. Stang's Swang (Alternate)
    8. Close to You
    9. Boot Hill
    10. Wham
    11. Little Wing
     
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  13. Mother

    Mother Forum Resident

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    Melbourne
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    Stones Alone.
    1. Take It So Hard – Taken from Keith Richards’ first solo album Talk is Cheap (1988).
    2. I Can Feel the Fire – Opener off Ronnie Wood’s first solo album I’ve Got My Own Album To Do (1974), features Mick and Keith among others.
    3. Put Me in the Trash – Stones-y Mick Jagger solo track taken from Wandering Spirit (1993).
    4. Slow Blues – A Mick Taylor bluesy instrumental highlighting his astonishing fretwork, taken from his underrated 1979 self-titled solo album.
    5. (You Got to Walk And) Don’t Look Back – Jagger joins Peter Tosh on this 1978 solo outing.
    6. Nothing On Me – One of the many outstanding tracks off Keith’s Crosseyed Heart (2015) album.
    7. Too Many Cooks (Spoil the Soup) – Jagger solo track dating back to 1974 produced by John Lennon during his lost weekend in LA, featuring such musicians as Jim Keltner on drums, Bobby Keys on sax and Harry Nilsson on backing vocals.
    8. How I Wish – Excellent track from Keith’s Talk is Cheap.
    9. Wicked As It Seems – Taken from Keith’s Main Offender (1992).
    10. Snowy Wood – Pre-Stones Mick Taylor guitarist on John Mayall album Crusade(1967), this track the album centerpiece.
    11. Sweet Thing – Another track off Mick’s quite good Wandering Spirit.
    12. Big Enough – Opening track off Keith’s Talk is Cheap.
    13. Just Another Night – Minor hit for Mick off Stones-splintering solo debut She’s the Boss (1985).
    14. Eileen – Excellent track from Keith’s Main Offender.
    15. Robbed Blind – Best song off Keith’s Crosseyed Heart album.
    16. It Hurts Me Too – Mick, Bill, Charlie with Ry Cooder and Nicky Hopkins waiting for Keith to arrive. Elmore James penned song although Mick sings Dylan’s Pledging My Time as well. Appears on unofficial bootleg Jamming With Edward (1972).
    17. Hurricane – Keith on acoustic, this powerful non album single was released in 2005 in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.
    18. Breathe On Me – Ron Wood solo track off Now Look (1975).
    19. I Wanna Get Me a Gun – The Stones caused riots. Bill Wyman’s debut solo outing Monkey Grip (1974) is a riot. This opening track is no exception.
    20. Hard Woman – Much maligned personal favourite would’ve made a good Stones ballad – proves Mick was holding off the best songs for his solo album She’s the Boss displeasing Keith somewhat (see track 22).
    21. Far East Man – Another soulful Ron Wood number from I’ve Got My Own Album To Do.
    22. You Don’t Move Me – Keith poison pen song to Mick when the band splintered in the mid-80s, and he doesn’t miss. From Talk is Cheap.
     
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  14. warewolf95

    warewolf95 Forum Resident

    So the Jackson 5 have almost an entire separate discography of material spread across compilations and remasters and box sets etc.

    There's an alternate album for almost every J5 release. Or there's enough material to augment/re arrange an already existing album for the better (imo).

    It's STUPID how many excellent recordings are out there just wasting away in the ether!

    Here are some of my mopping up exercises. I worked really hard on sequencing them to flow as proper albums:

    #1. ABC- The Sessions

    1. ABC (Alternate)
    2. Don't Let Your Baby Catch You
    3. You Ain't Giving Me What I Want
    4. I Hear a Symphony
    5. Keep An Eye
    6. Man's Temptation
    7. That's How Love Is
    8. I Got a Sure Thing
    9. A Fool For You
    10. Love Comes In Different Flavors
    11. I'm Your Sunny One
    12. We Can Have Fun
    13. I Was Made to Love Her
    14. Money Honey
     
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  15. John Fell

    John Fell Forum Survivor

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    Cool idea but no tracks from 2 of my favorites Ronnie Wood's Gimme Some Neck and Mayall's Blues From Laurel Canyon with Mick Taylor.
     
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  16. warewolf95

    warewolf95 Forum Resident

    J5

    #2. Joyful Jukebox Music, Redux: The "G.I.T." and "Dancing Machine" Extras

    1. Label Me Love (insane track...)
    2. Lucky Day
    3. Let's Go Back to Day One
    4. I Can't Get Enough Of You
    5. Make Tonight All Mine
    6. Buttercup
    7. Cupid
    8. The Eternal Light
    9. Joyful Jukebox Music
    10. Window Shopping
    11. Pride and Joy
    12. Dancing Machine (Alternate)
    13. We're Here to Entertain You
     
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  17. warewolf95

    warewolf95 Forum Resident

    J5

    #3. Lookin' Out the Windows, The Extras

    1. You Better Watch Out
    2. Keep Off the Grass
    3. Love Call
    4. Going My Way
    5. Penny Arcade
    6. Corner of the Sky
    7. Coming Home
    8. You Can't Hurry Love
    9. Makin' Life....
    10. Up On The Roof
     
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  18. warewolf95

    warewolf95 Forum Resident

    J5

    #4. Maybe Tomorrow, Expanded and Re-sequenced

    "Never Can Say Goodbye" is not included here as it was a prior standalone single. But then again I did shoehorn in "Sugar Daddy" so it would belong somewhere....Judge me! :)

    1. Maybe Tomorrow
    2. She's Good
    3. Sugar Daddy
    4. The Wall
    5. I'm So Happy
    6. 16 Candles
    7. Blue Skies
    8. My Little Baby
    9. It's Great to Be Here
    10. I Will Find a Way
    11. If The Shoe Doesn't Fit
    12. Come and Get It
    13. Feelin' Alright
    14. I Ain't Gonna Eat My Heart Out...
    15. Someone's Standing In My Love Light
    16. If You Want Heaven
    17. Just Because I Love You
     
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  19. Archtop

    Archtop Forum Resident

    Location:
    Greater Boston
    Grace and Distortion:
    1. Greasy Heart
    2. Hey Frederick
    3. A Child is Coming
    4. Sunrise
    5. When the Earth Moves Again
    6. Crazy Miranda
    7. Lawman
    8. Never Argue With a German if You're Tired or European Song
    9. War Movie
    10. Silver Spoon
    11. Fishman
    12. Your Mind Has Left Your Body
     
  20. warewolf95

    warewolf95 Forum Resident

    J5

    #5. Skywriter - Expanded and Re-sequenced

    1. You Made Me What I Am
    2. Skywriter
    3. Would Ya Would Ya Baby
    4. Hallelujah Day
    5. Our Love
    6. Jumbo Sam
    7. Ooh, I'd Love to Be With You
    8. I'll Try You'll Try
    9. I Can't Quit Your Love
    10. Let's Have a Party
    11. Love is the Thing You Need
    12. Touch
    13. The Boogie Man
    14. Love's Gone Bad
    15. Can't Get Ready For Losing You
    16. Love Scenes
    17. World Of Sunshine
    18. If I Can't Nobody Can
    19. Uppermost
    20. Love Trip
     
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  21. John Fell

    John Fell Forum Survivor

    Location:
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    This one has some hits, favorites and b-sides.

    Disc 1

    1. Hand Of Fate
    2. Hey Negrita
    3. Crazy Mama
    4. When The Whip Comes Down
    5. Just My Imagination
    6. Some Girls
    7. Respectable
    8. Before They Make Me Run
    9. Shattered
    10 Claudine
    11. So Young
    12. Let Me Go
    13. She's So Cold
    14. Going To A Go-Go
    15. Start Me Up
    16. Hang Fire
    17. Slave
    18. Little T & A
    19. Black Limousine
    20. Undercover Of The Night

    Disc 2

    1. Harlem Shuffle
    2. Sad Sad Sad
    3. Mixed Emotions
    4, Rock And A Hard Place
    5. Cook Cook Blues
    6. Wish I'd Never Met You
    7. Fancy Man Blues
    8. Highwire
    9. Love Is Strong
    10. You Got Me Rocking
    11. Sparks Will Fly
    12. I Go Wild
    13. Jump On Top Of Me
    14. The Storm
    15. Like A Rolling Stone
    16. Little Baby
    17. Saint Of Me
    18. Rough Justice
    19 Oh No, Not You Again
    20. Doom And Gloom
     
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  22. warewolf95

    warewolf95 Forum Resident

    Please tell me Silver Spoon is the KISS song!!! :)
     
  23. warewolf95

    warewolf95 Forum Resident

    J5

    #6. Third Album - The Extras

    1. Mama Told Me Not to Come
    2. Everybody Is a Star
    3. Iddinit
    4. Petals (GREATEST SINGLE NEVER RELEASED?!?!?)
    5. Never Can Say Goodbye
    6. Movin'
    7. Jamie
    8. Ask the Lonely
    9. One Day I'll Marry You
    10. Honey Chile
    11. Just a Little Misunderstanding
     
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  24. Archtop

    Archtop Forum Resident

    Location:
    Greater Boston
    Nope, it's Grace Slick; hence the title. These are all Jefferson Airplane, Starship (original 1970 incarnation) or Kantner/Slick side projects from 1968-1973. Silver Spoon is the opening track on 1971's Sunfighter. A great lost masterpiece, IMO.
     
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  25. warewolf95

    warewolf95 Forum Resident

    Darn! :(

    :)
     
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