Best track on "Recorded live on stage in Memphis" LP 1974

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Best track on "Recorded live on stage in Memphis" LP 1974

Poll ended at Sat Jan 17, 2009 12:50 pm

I Got A Woman/Amen
0
No votes
Trying To Get To You
12
36%
´"Rock medley"
4
12%
Why Me Lord
0
No votes
How Great Thou Art
12
36%
Blueberry Hill/I Can't Stop Loving You
0
No votes
Help me
0
No votes
An American Trilogy
0
No votes
My Baby Left Me
4
12%
Lawdy, miss Clawdy
1
3%
 
Total votes: 33


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Re: Best track on "Recorded live on stage in Memphis" LP 1974

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After a strong finish from "How great thou art", it splitted the top place with "Trying to get to you". Ok in my book!

Thanks for voting!

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I thought See See Rider should have been dropped instead of Let Me Be There on this poll. See See Rider has been on poll before.
Let Me Be There was far superior track than the See See Rider on this album.
Let Me Be There should have been a single release in 1974 but RCA bollocks that up as well.
This would have been a top 5 chart record in the UK.


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Suspicious Minds wrote:I thought See See Rider should have been dropped instead of Let Me Be There on this poll. See See Rider has been on poll before.
Let Me Be There was far superior track than the See See Rider on this album.
Let Me Be There should have been a single release in 1974 but RCA bollocks that up as well.
This would have been a top 5 chart record in the UK.
That´s the good thing as the runner of the poll. I decide which track to remove ;-).
Hold on, you can choose it on the "Moody blue" album. Yes, See see rider has been on poll before, but a slightly different version. This one is more typical (not better) of his 70´s tours. And it´s way better than the aloha version. More attack.

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Are you still alive, Björn? Where is the next poll?



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Hi!

I´m alive and well, but extremely busy at the moment, both at home and at work. I will do the next poll as soon as I can, but it will not be "Pure gold". I skip the collections.

The next poll will be the Today album. But it makes me happy that you´re asking :smt006

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I vote for Pieces Of My Life.


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kuenzer wrote:I vote for Pieces Of My Life.
No cheating! :mrgreen:

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wish the concert had been released in its entirity.
how great thou art is not only the best track on the album...but the best moment in the entire concert...along with my baby left me.
he was always great on his home turf.
he certainly was that night.


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