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Old 04-17-02, 09:19 PM
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What Song Do You Have The Most Versions Of?

I was wondering if we could find out which single song do you have the most different versions of in your CD collection.
For me, I think it's probably All Along The Watchtower. I have Dylan's original version on The Essential Bob Dylan, the Unplugged version, Jimi Hendrex's version on a greatest hits disc, U2's live version on Rattle & Hum and Dave Matthews Band's on Listener Supported. That's five different versions. I'm sure many of you can do a lot better than that, though....
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Old 04-18-02, 10:51 AM
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Mine is
"(They Call It) Stormy Monday"
with 21 different versions

T-Bone Walker (2 Versions)
Albert King (2 Versions)
Elmore James
Bobby Blue Bland (2 Versions)
Albert Collins
BB King (3 Versions)
Buddy Guy
Otis Rush
John Mayall
Etta James
Them
Allman Brothers (2 Versions)
Mountain
Gary Moore
Jethro Tull
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Old 04-18-02, 09:30 PM
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I have quite a few versions of the following songs:

Times They Are A-Changin'
Falling In Love Again (Can't Help It)
What a Wonderful World
Can't Help Falling in Love
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Old 04-18-02, 09:38 PM
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Probably Metallica- For Whom The Bell Tolls

I have a cover or two. I have 2 live videos. I have the S&M version and another live version.
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Old 04-19-02, 02:01 AM
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Sweet Home Chicago

B.B. King
Ben Harper
Blues Brothers
Buddy Guy
Elmore James
Freddie King
Honeyboy Edwards
Leon Russell
Luther Allison
Magic Sam
Muddy Waters and the Stones
Robert Johnson
Stevie Ray Vaughan
Taj Mahal
Wilson Pickett
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Old 04-19-02, 01:26 PM
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I must have over 30 versions (each) of Beethoven's 5th and 9th symphonies, although I'd have to go back and count to be exactly sure
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Old 04-22-02, 12:22 PM
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With all the live Deep Purple albums I've got, it's probably a tie between 'Smoke on the Water' and 'Highway Star'.
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Old 04-22-02, 02:02 PM
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POUR SOME SUGAR ON ME by DEF LEPPARD
(all on CD, DVDs and VHS versions not counted)

album version, from Hysteria
video version, from Vault
extended remix
unplugged
live in Denver, 1988
live in Sheffield, 1993
live in Paris, 1993
unplugged live in Canada, 1995
VH-1 Storytellers, live 1999
live in Tokyo 1999
live in Chicago, 1999
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Probably Christina Aguilera Come On Over...don't ask
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