Any Recent Homemade Compilations You Are Particularly Proud Of?

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  1. warewolf95

    warewolf95 Forum Resident

    The Smashing Pumpkins are another group that has a stupidly vast amount of miscellanous tracks, most as good as what made the albums! One of the most prolific songwriters of all time, Billy Corgan was just insane in the 90s. As with the Jackson 5 ones, these are sequenced to be heard as "albums".

    Here's some of my OCD-inspired Pumpkins collections:

    Reel Time Sessions, The "Chill" Tracks
    1. Honeyspider
    2. There It Goes
    3. Snap
    4. With You
    5. Bleed
    6. Bye June
    7. Vanilla
    8. Waiting For You Now
    9. Waiting
    10. Egg
    11. Jennifer Ever
    12. My Dahlia
    13. Rhinoceros
    14. Daughter (Extended version)
    15. I Am One, Part 2
    16. Daydream
    17. Daughter (Reprise)
     
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  2. warewolf95

    warewolf95 Forum Resident

    Smashing Pumpkins

    Reel Time Sessions - The "Hot" Tracks
    1. I Am One
    2. Cinnamon Girl
    3. Stars Fall In
    4. C'mon
    5. Bury Me
    6. Rhinoceros (Organ version)
    7. East
    8. Not Worth Asking
    9. Under Your Spell
    10. Love
    11. Psychodelic
    12. Honeyspider
     
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  3. warewolf95

    warewolf95 Forum Resident

    Smashing Pumpkins - Gish: The Prequel
    Songs/singles from the Gish sessions or before the release of the album.

    1. Slunk
    2. Blue
    3. Obscured
    4. Jackie Blue
    5. Crawl
    6. Tristessa (Sub Pop single version)
    7. Smiley
    8. Transluscent
    9. Jesus Loves His Babies
    10. La Dolly Vita
    11. Pulseczar
    12. Why Am I So Tired
    13. Jesus Is The Sun
     
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  4. warewolf95

    warewolf95 Forum Resident

    Smashing Pumpkins - Gish: The Sequel
    Songs/singles after the release of Gish while before entering the Siamese Dream era

    1. Plume
    2. STP
    3. Terrapin
    4. Drown
    5. Blissed
    6. Bullet Train to Osaka
    7. Moleasskiss
    8. Wave Song
    9. Drown (Extended solo)
    10. Cinder Open
    11. Soothe
    12. Starla
    13. Luna (Acoustic)
     
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  5. Joe Heimbuch

    Joe Heimbuch Member

    One of my favorite Prince songs in I don't know how long. Absolute classic.

    Joe
     
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  6. warewolf95

    warewolf95 Forum Resident

    Smashing Pumpkins - Siamese Dream: The Prequel
    Songs/singles from the sessions for SD or from the era but before the album was released.

    1. Pissant
    2. Siamese Dream
    3. Whir
    4. Set the Ray to Jerry
    5. Blew Away
    6. A Girl Named Sandoz
    7. Spaced
    8. Never Let Me Down
    9. Landslide
    10. Glynis
    11. Frail and Bedazzled
    12. Apathy's Last Kiss
    13. Hello Kitty Kat
    14. Meladori Magpie
    15. Purr Snickety
    16. Siamese Dream (Broadway Rehearsal version)
    17. Dancing In the Moonlight
    18. Sinfony
    19. French Movie Theme
    20. Infinite Sadness
     
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  7. Joe Heimbuch

    Joe Heimbuch Member


    Love the title. Always like putting titles on my comps...

    Joe
     
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  8. The Beatles - It's All In The Mind

    1. All Together Now
    2. Watching Rainbows
    3. Only A Northern Song
    4. Madman
    5. Come and Get It
    6. All Things Must Pass
    7. Hey Bulldog
    8. Not Guilty
    9. Junk
    10. Child of Nature
    11. Goodbye
    12. It's All Too Much
    13. Taking a Trip to Carolina (Hidden track)
     
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  9. Mother

    Mother Forum Resident

    Location:
    Melbourne
    The uncatergorizable Frank Zappa.
    Astute, paradigm-shifting virtuosity at its uncompromisingly brilliant (and ballsy) best.
    This hand-picked selections highlight Zappa’s astonishing yet accessible instrumental work from his mindbogglingly expansive career.

    Zappa: The Central Instrumentalizer I

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    1. Filthy Habits – Sleep Dirt (1979)
    2. Twenty Small Cigars – Chunga’s Revenge (1970)
    3. Pink Napkins – Shut Up And Play Yer Guitar (1981)
    4. We Are Not Alone – The Man From Utopia (1983)
    5. Zoot Allures – Zoot Allures (1976)
    6. Treacherous Cretins – Shut Up And Play Yer Guitar (1981)
    7. Apostrophe’ – Apostrophe’ (1974)
    8. Rat Tomago – Sheik Yabouti (1979)
    9. Black Napkins – Zoot Allures (1976)
    10. Watermelon in Easter Hay – Joe’s Garage (1979)
    11. Rejyptian Strut – Sleep Dirt (1979)
    12. Sofa No.1 – One Size Fits All (1975)
    13. What’s New in Baltimore – FZ Meets the Mothers of Prevention (1985)
    14. Tink Walks Amok – The Man From Utopia (1983)
    15. G-spot Tornado – Jazz From Hell (1986)
    16. Blessed Relief – The Grand Wazoo (1972)
    17. Peaches En Regalia – Hot Rats (1969)
    18. Aybe Sea – Burnt Weeny Sandwich (1970)
    19. Imaginary Diseases – Imaginary Diseases (2007)
    20. Sexual Harassment in the Workplace – Guitar (1988)
    Running time: 1:39:07


    Zappa: The Central Instrumentalizer Vol II
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    1. I Promise Not to Come in Your Mouth – Zappa in New York (1978)
    2. Duke of Prunes – Orchestral Favorites (1979)
    3. Son of Mr Green Genes – Hot Rats (1969)
    4. Flambay – Sleep Dirt (1979)
    5. Eat That Question – The Grand Wazoo (1972)
    6. The Orange County Lumber Truck – Weasels Ripped My Flesh (1970)
    7. Theme From The 3rd Movement Of Sinister Footwear – You Are What You Is (1981)
    8. St. Etienne – Jazz From Hell (1986)
    9. Sleep Dirt – Sleep Dirt (1979)
    10. D.C. Boogie – Imaginary Diseases (2007)
    11. Rubber Shirt – Sheik Yerbouti (1979)
    12. Jim & Tammy’s Upper Room – Guitar (1988)
    13. RDNZL – Studio Tan (1978)
    14. Marque-Son’s Chicken – Them Or Us (1984)
    15. Ancient Armaments – Halloween (1978)
    16. Bowling on Charen – Trans-Fusion (2006)
    17. Echidna’s Arf (Of You) – Roxy & Elsewhere (1974)
    18. Big Swifty – Waka-Jawaka (1972)
    19. Envelopes – Ship Arriving Too Late to Save a Drowning Witch (1982)
    20. Montreal – Imaginary Diseases (2007)
    Running Time: 1:54:33
     
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  10. John Fell

    John Fell Forum Survivor

    Location:
    Undisclosed
    Somewhere in my stacks I burned a cdr of my favorite "guitar solo" tracks.
     
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  11. AKA

    AKA I got a custom title

    Thanks!
     
  12. Mother

    Mother Forum Resident

    Location:
    Melbourne
    Average Guy – Lou in the 80s

    Personal highlights of Lou Reed’s astonishing solo career.
    Robert Quine (guitar), Fernando Saunders (bass), Fred Maher (drums) and Mike Rathke (guitar), among others, accompany the legendary American singer/songwriter/guitarist in his resurgent decade, the 1980’s.


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    1. My Friend George
    2. I Remember You
    3. Rooftop Garden
    4. Pow Wow
    5. High in the City
    6. No Money Down
    7. Women
    8. Halloween Parade
    9. Down at the Arcade
    10. Hold On
    11. Think it Over
    12. Average Guy
    13. Mistrial

    14. Romeo Had Juliette
    15. Turn Out the Light (live)
    16. Martial Law (live)
    17. Dirty Blvd.
    18. Fly Into the Sun
    19. Good Evening Mr Waldheim
    20. New Sensations
    21. Outside
    22. Heavenly Arms
    23. Tell it to Your Heart
    24. The Last Shot
    25. The Day John Kennedy Died

    Total running time: 1:31:34

    Tracks taken from the following albums:
    Growing Up in Public (1980)
    The Blue Mask (1982)
    Legendary Hearts (1983)
    A Night With Lou Reed DVD (1983)
    Live in Italy (1984)
    New Sensations (1984)
    Mistrial (1986)
    New York (1989)
     
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  13. Mother

    Mother Forum Resident

    Location:
    Melbourne
    The Mick Ronson Retrospective

    Non-chronological order, this collection captures Ronson in all facets of his distinguished career: solo artist, guitarist, collaborator and producer/arranger extraordinaire.
    From his early days in The Rats and Ronno, his substantial work with David Bowie, Mott the Hoople, Ian Hunter, through outings with Bob Dylan, Roger McGuinn, Elton John, Morrissey and even rustic rocker John Mellencamp, among others, this compilation pays tribute to the unquenchable cool and guitar genius of the late great Mick Ronson.

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    1. Slaughter on 10th Avenue (live) – Live 1980 performance of the instrumental title track to Ronson’s debut solo album released in 1974.
    2. Once Bitten Twice Shy – Taken from Ian Hunter’s first post-Mott s/t solo album (originally conceived as a Hunter/Ronson album) this was a major UK hit single in 1975.
    3. Don’t Look Down – Opening track off the posthumously released Heaven and Hullin 1994.
    4. The Width of a Circle – Early pivotal Bowie collaboration, this track opens The Man Who Sold the World (1971).
    5. You and Me – Instrumental from Heaven and Hull.
    6. Only After Dark – Minor hit and most famous solo track. Lifted off Slaughter on 10th Avenue.
    7. Madman Across the Water – Taken from a 1970 recording session with Elton John, not included on the original release which is strange considering this version outstrips it handily.
    8. Colour Me – Another highlight off the marvelous Heaven and Hull.
    9. Angel No.9 – Originally a Ronson-produced Pure Prairie League song, Mick liked it so much he rerecorded himself it for his second solo album Play Don’t Worry(1975).
    10. Perfect Day – Ronson’s imaginative arrangements and production were all over Lou Reed’s Transformer (1972), none more so than on this timeless, yet disturbing classic.
    11. Moonage Daydream – The pinnacle of Ronson’s powers as lead guitarist for Bowie on The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars (1972).
    12. Hard Life – A track taken from Just Like This (1999) an album of materiel recorded between 1976 and 1977 for an unreleased third Ronson solo album.
    13. Power of Darkness – Pre-Bowie band Ronno dating back to 1970, recorded for an album that was never completed due to the Spiders going stratospheric.
    14. Man O’ War – Taken from towering Ian Hunter double live album Welcome to the Club (1980) with Ronson and band firing on more cylinders most could only dream of.
    15. Jack & Diane – Mellencamp’s best and most successful hit song lifted from his American Fool (1982) album. Ronson provides guitar, percussion and is responsible for the bridge on this solid track.
    16. F.B.I (live) – Instrumental and Ronson showcase with the Ian Hunter band recorded in Cleveland, included in the bonus materiel for Hunter’s excellent You’re Never Alone With a Schizophrenic (1979) reissue.
    17. Shelter From the Storm – Ronson unexpectedly joined Dylan’s Rolling Thunder Revue and shows up on his Hard Rain (1976) live album.
    18. Rock and Roll Time – A track off ex-Byrd Roger McGuinn’s 1976 solo album Cardiff Rose where Ronson contributes guitar and production duties throughout.
    19. I Feel Free – Originally a Cream song, left off Bowie’s Pin Ups (1973) revisited on loungey Black Tie White Noise (1993) – here, Ronson plays guitar.
    20. Sea Diver – Appropriate closer to this retrospective, Ronson provides strings and brass arrangements for this Hunter-penned closer off Mott the Hoople’s All the Young Dudes (1972)….ride on my son…. indeed.
     
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  14. Mother

    Mother Forum Resident

    Location:
    Melbourne
    The Todd Rundgren Odyssey (The classic years 1970-1981)

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    The tracks on this two-disc compilation are taken from the multi-instrumentalist, seminal classic years: 1970-1981.
    An artist diverse and eclectic, this is a something of an introductory odyssey, recommended for anyone looking to begin exploring the delights of Todd Rundgren.

    DISC 1
    1. Broke Down and Busted (Runt)
    2. Believe in Me (Runt)
    3. Long Flowing Robe (Ballad)
    4. Bleeding (Ballad)
    5. Wailing Wall (Ballad)
    6. The Range War (Ballad)
    7. A Long Time, A Long Way to Go (Ballad)
    8. Be Nice to Me (Ballad)
    9. Parole (Ballad)
    10. I Saw the Light (Something/Anything)
    11. It Wouldn’t Have Made Any Difference (Something/Anything)
    12. Black Maria (Something/Anything)
    13. Couldn’t I Just Tell You (Something/Anything)
    14. Hello It’s Me (Something/Anything)
    15. Zen Archer (Wizard)
    16. Does Anybody Love You (Wizard)
    17. Sometimes I Don’t Know What to Feel (Wizard)
    18. Just One Victory (Wizard)
    DISC 2
    1. A Dream Goes on Forever (Todd)
    2. The Last Ride (Todd)
    3. No. 1 Lowest Common Denominator (Todd)
    4. Useless Begging (Todd)
    5. Sidewalk Cafe (Todd)
    6. Izzat Love? (Todd)
    7. Heavy Metal Kids (Todd)
    8. Black and White (Faithful)
    9. Love of the Common Man (Faithful)
    10. Cliche (Faithful)
    11. The Verb to Love (Faithful)
    12. Love is the Answer (Oops! Wrong Plant)
    13. Love in Action (Oops! Wrong Plant)
    14. All the Children Sing (Hermit)
    15. Can We Still Be Friends (Hermit)
    16. Too Far Gone (Hermit)
    17. I Just Want to Touch You (Deface the Music)
    18. Healer (Healing)
     
  15. adriatikfan

    adriatikfan Forum Resident

    Nothing from Michael Chapman's 'Fully Qualified Survivor'? Some magnificent Ronson contributions across the album.

    Best Wishes,
    David
     
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  16. badfinger54

    badfinger54 Active Member

    Location:
    Victoria, TX USA
    These tracks come from various boot CD's and sources. The Idle Race was the group Jeff Lynne was in prior to The Move and the Electric Light Orchestra. I have listened to EVERY Idle Race BBC track I could get my hands on. I boiled it down to one CD with the most variety and best quality. The last track is THE MOVE doing "The Birthday." I felt like I just had to include it. I wasn't even aware it existed till two years ago. If a song is on there twice it should be a different performance.

    I worked with the 'problem' tracks and 'massaged' them and did EQ work. Some tracks are in EXCELLENT fidelity and others vary from Good to Very Good. Only one really has a skip and is noticeably incomplete, but it was not represented otherwise and I found it worthy of inclusion. I did a lot of De-Clicking and fixed what I could as far as drop-outs and other flaws went.

    THE IDLE RACE - BUSY AT THE BEEB

    1. Pop Session Intro
    2. Love Me Two Times #1
    3. Born to Be Wild
    4. Interview with Roger Spence
    5. Imposters of Life's Magazine
    6. Here We Go Round the Lemon Tree
    7. Hey Grandma
    8. Knocking Nails into My House
    9. The Skeleton and the Roundabout
    10. Morning Sunshine
    11. Follow Me Follow #1
    12. On with the Show
    13. Mrs. Ward
    14. Pie in the Sky
    15. The Lady Who Said she Could Fly
    16. The End of the Road
    17. Blueberry Blue
    18. Sea of Dreams #1
    19. Mr. Norman and Sir Crow
    20. Days of Broken Arrows (David Symonds Show)
    21. Come with Me (Symonds on Sunday)
    22. Worn Red Carpet (David Symonds Show)
    23. Told You Twice
    24. Frantic Desolation
    25. Someone Knocking (Symonds on Sunday)
    26. Please No More Sad Songs (Symonds on Sunday)
    27. Love Me Two Times #2
    28. Sea of Dreams #2
    29. Days of Broken Arrows #2
    30. Follow Me Follow #2
    31. The Move - The Birthday


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  17. aseriesofsneaks

    aseriesofsneaks Forum Resident

    Location:
    St. Catharines, ON
    I recently made a compilation of Elastica's b-sides and rarities. 32 songs in just under 80 minutes, named after the X song they covered on the SubUrbia soundtrack.

    Elastica - The Unheard Music: B-sides and Rarities

    01. Pussycat
    02. Vaseline (Demo)
    03. Rockunroll (Peel Session)
    04. Annie (Peel Session)
    05. In the City (Evening Session)
    06. 2:1 (Evening Session)
    07. Blue (Donna's 4-Track Demo)
    08. Spastica
    09. I Want to Be a King of Orient Aah (Peel Session)
    10. Gloria (Peel Session)
    11. Car Wash (Donna and Justin's 4-Track Demo)
    12. Brighton Rock
    13. Cleopatra
    14. Bar Bar Bar (Demo)
    15. Car Song (Live in Tokyo)
    16. Jam (II) (Live in Tokyo)
    17. Gloria (Live in Tokyo)
    18. I Want You (Evening Session)
    19. Unheard Music (with Stephen Malkmus)
    20. Human
    21. How He Wrote Elastica Man
    22. Nothing Stays the Same (Donna's Home Demo)
    23. Miami Nice (Home Recording)
    24. KB
    25. Operate (Live Version)
    26. Generator
    27. Suicide
    28. Bush Baby
    29. Faking (Donna Matthews Home Demo)
    30. You're OK
    31. The Bitch Don't Work
    32. No Good!

    Sources:
    Track 1: "Stutter" single (UK)
    Tracks 2-4: "Line Up" single
    Track 5: Nowhere soundtrack
    Track 6: "Stutter" single (US)
    Tracks 7 & 8: "Connection" single
    Tracks 9 & 18: The Radio One Sessions
    Tracks 10-12: "Waking Up" single
    Track 13: flexidisc that accompanied the original UK pressing of Elastica
    Track 14-17: "Car Song" single
    Track 19: SubUrbia soundtrack
    Track 20: Dead Man on Campus soundtrack (different recording than The Menace version)
    Tracks 21-26: 6 Track EP (some songs later re-recorded for The Menace)
    Tracks 27 & 28: "Mad Dog" single
    Tracks 29 & 30: bonus tracks on the Japanese and Australian CDs of The Menace
    Tracks 31 & 32: "The Bitch Don't Work" single
     
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  18. badfinger54

    badfinger54 Active Member

    Location:
    Victoria, TX USA
    I made a couple of Paul Revere and the Raiders compilations based on my preferences:

    BEST OF PAUL REVERE & THE RAIDERS VOL. 1

    1. Kicks
    2. What's It Gonna Be - Him or Me?
    3. Hungry
    4. There She Goes
    5. Let Me (Remix)
    6. Just Like Me
    7. Too Much Talk (ST)
    8. Ups and Downs
    9. I'm Not Your Steppin' Stone
    10. Good Thing
    11. I Had a Dream
    12. Mr. Sun, Mr. Moon (Stereo)
    13. Steppin' Out
    14. Peace of Mind (45 version)
    15. We Gotta All Get Together
    16. The Great Airplane Strike (Remix)
    17. Gone - Movin' On
    18. Time After Time
    19. Action
    20. Don't Take It So Hard
    21. Here Comes the Pain
    22. Think Twice
    23. Why? Why? Why? (Is It So Hard)
    24. Tighter
    25. Observation from Flight 285
    26. Louise
    27. Theme from It's Happening (45 version)
    28. Song for Swingy
    29. Song Seller

    BEST OF PAUL REVERE & THE RAIDERS VOL. 2

    1. Steppin' Out (Mono)
    2. Just Like Me (Mono)
    3. Kicks (Mono)
    4. Hungry (Mono)
    5. I'm Not Your Stepping Stone
    6. Ballad of a Useless Man
    7. Louie, Go Home
    8. The Great Airplane Strike
    9. Good Thing (Mono)
    10. Why? Why? Why? (Is It So Hard)
    11. Him or Me - What's It Gonna Be? (Mono)
    12. Mo'reen
    13. Tighter
    14. I Had a Dream
    15. Too Much Talk (Mono)
    16. Cinderella Sunshine (Mono)
    17. Don't Take It So Hard
    18. Theme from It's Happening (Vocal)
    19. Mr. Sun, Mr. Moon (Mono)
    20. Let Me (Mono)
    21. Indian Reservation
    22. Birds of a Feather
    23. Powder Blue Mercedes Queen
    24. Mark Lindsay - Arizona
    25. Cinderella Sunshine (Stereo)
    26. Just Like Me (Remix)
    27. Kicks (Remix)
    28. The Spirit of '67 Promo
    29. Hungry
    30. Alias Pink Puzz Promo 2
    31. Let Me! (Stereo 45 Recreation)

     
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  19. rrbbkk

    rrbbkk Forum Resident

    MY "SPRING COLLECTION IS AN ANNUAL TRADITION ANTICIPATED BY DOZENS.... Summer Heat '17 Pt two:

    01_HOLLY BOWLING Detroit Rock City.mp3
    02_STRING CHEESE INCIDENT Sweet Spot.mp3
    03_SPOON Hot Thoughts.mp3
    04_BLONDIE Long Time (Official Audio).mp3
    05_NIKKI LANE Send the Sun.mp3
    06_LANA DEL RAY Love.mp3
    07_THE ACCIDENTALS Across the Universe (RBK edit).mp3
    08_ROSALIE CUNNINGHAM Strawberry Field Forever.mp3
    09_STEVE HACKETT-anything_but_love.mp3
    10_GRAILS pelham.mp3
    11_NORTH MISSISSIPPI ALL STARS Long Haired Doney (Audio).mp3
    12_MARCUS KING BAND Keep On Moving _ BLUE PILLS Little Boy Preacher.mp3
    13_GOV'T MULE Sarah, Surrender.mp3
    14_DELTA SAINTS California.mp3
    15_CHUCK PROPHET Your Skin.mp3
    16_FEELIES - Gone, Gone, Gone.mp3
    17_JASON ISBELL Hope the High Road.mp3
    18_SON VOLT Back Against the Wall.mp3
    19_NICKI BLUHM Remember Love Wins.mp3
     
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  20. Jae

    Jae Forum Resident

    I thought I had posted this one before... apparently not. One of my faves, taken from pristine transfers of BBC Transcription discs...

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    1. Made My Bed, Gonna Lie In It
    2. Interview with Stevie and George
    3. Friday On My Mind (version 1)
    4. Pretty Girl (version 1)
    5. Interview with Stevie
    6. Friday On My Mind (version 2)
    7. Sorry
    8. Saturday Night
    9. Mother-In-Law
    10. Interview with Stevie
    11. Who’ll Be The One
    12. River Deep Mountain High
    13. Interview with Harry
    14. Heaven And Hell
    15. Pretty Girl (version 2)
    16. Falling Off The Edge Of The World (version 1)
    17. I Keep Forgettin’
    18. Interview with Stevie
    19. Hello How Are You
    20. Falling Off The Edge Of The World (version 2)
    21. Old MacDonald Had A Farm
    22. Hello How Are You
    23. Down To The Last 500
    24. What In The World
    25. Top Of The Pops Outro
     
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  21. adriatikfan

    adriatikfan Forum Resident


    Wow! How long did it take you to track down all of the source material for this?

    Best Wishes,
    David
     
  22. Jae

    Jae Forum Resident

    3.5 years in total between the initial lossy 192kbps mp3 sources and the current sources. And I still keep an ear out for even better sounding sources!
     
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  23. adriatikfan

    adriatikfan Forum Resident

    Thankyou! If only record companies were to put so much dedication and love into supporting artists.

    Would love to see any of your other compilations/sets.

    Best Wishes,
    David
     
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  24. Jae

    Jae Forum Resident

    Thank you. I've posted some earlier in this thread; all labours of love. :)
     
  25. badfinger54

    badfinger54 Active Member

    Location:
    Victoria, TX USA
    I wanted to get as many of my favorite DC5 tracks onto a single CD-R with as many in STEREO as possible and in as high a quality as possible. Most originated in lossless form and a few did not. I have given credit on all of the digital stereo creations.

    I left out some UK chart hits from the later years that I just don't care for too much (and already have on two other comps). I included some of my favorite album tracks and B-sides. I kept comparing the charting 45's they had in the US and UK to help with my decisions.

    My choices were made after listening to just about every DC5 track I could find. Some flaws that are present on every digital version of a couple of the tracks I fixed. From 2011 and updated last year.

    BEST of THE DAVE CLARK FIVE

    1. Glad All Over*
    2. I Know You
    3. Bits and Pieces (Stereo 45 Synch by Mixfixer)*
    4. All of the Time
    5. Do You Love Me*
    6. Can't You See That She's Mine*
    7. Because*
    8. Any Way You Want It (Monotostereoking)*
    9. Everybody Knows (I Still Love You) (DES-StereoSynch)
    10. Reelin' and Rockin'*
    11. Come Home*
    12. Say You Want Me
    13. Don't Be Taken In (fake stereo)
    14. I Like It Like That (stereo by Albin)
    15. Maybe It's You
    16. Hurting Inside*
    17. Having a Wild Weekend*
    18. 'Til the Right One Comes Along* (De-Clicked & massaged)
    19. Catch Us If You Can (stereo 45 synch by Mixfixer 2001-massaged by me)*
    20. Over and Over (DES by Christee)
    21. I'll Be Yours My Love*
    22. At the Scene (fake stereo)
    23. Looking In* (De-Clicked)
    24. I Need Love*
    25. Try Too Hard*
    26. I Know
    27. Please Tell Me Why*
    28. Look Before You Leap (fake stereo)
    29. Nineteen Days*
    30. You Never Listen
    31. I've Got to Have a Reason*
    32. A Little Bit Now*
    33. You Got What It Takes*
    34. Concentration Baby* (De-Clicked)

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