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Steve Carras
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Posted: 11 February 2020 at 9:29am | IP Logged Quote Steve Carras

any 70s examples or 60s? I can think of some with John
enver form the 70s, both #1s!

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Steve Carras wrote:
any 70s
examples or 60s? I can think of some
with John
enver form the 70s, both #1s!


I know there were edits for
"Sunshine On My Shoulders", "Thank
God I'm A Country Boy", and I think
for "My Sweet Lady" and "Sweet
Surrender".
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Posted: 11 February 2020 at 7:37pm | IP Logged Quote Santi Paradoa

John's "Fly Away" was also edited on the 45.

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I'm very frankly going from memory but as I recall there are a couple of Buck Owens 45s (I want to say "Above and Beyond" and "How Long Will My Baby Be Gone") that are either different takes or have overdubs not on the usual stereo versions.

Porter Wagoner's "Julie" on 45 is a completely different take and arrangement than the LP (one is a waltz, the other 4/4 time).

George Jones' "A Good Year For the Roses" is also a different take and slightly different arrangement than the stereo version that's usually found on CDs.
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Two of Olivia Newton-John's crossover singles were
edited. "Don't Stop Believin'" (# 33 Pop, # 14
Country) was faded early and the intro, bridge and
ending of "Every Face Tells A Story" (# 55 Pop, # 21
Country) were edited/faded from the album version.

Crystal Gayle's "Ready For The Times To Get Better"
single was re-recorded from the version originally
included on her "Crystal" album. (I always wondered
why her label chose that as her follow-up to "Don't It
Make My Brown Eyes Blue" instead of selecting another
track from her "We Must Believe In Magic" album which
was reportedly the first country album by a woman to
be certified platinum.)
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Just recalled Crystal Gayle's "Livin' In These Troubled
Times" (#9 Country) was remixed for radio - new
instrumentation that lengthened the song ten seconds.
(How unusual for the single version to be longer
than the album version!)
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Vince Gill's hit version of "Never Knew Lonely" on MCA
(he had recorded an earlier non-hit version for his
previous label, RCA) was released as a single with a
shorter solo break and with pedal steel guitar replacing
the second half of Vince's guitar solo as heard on the
longer LP version. This edit was also used in the song's
music video.

This single mix with the pedal steel turned up on Vince's
1995 hits compilation, Souvenirs.

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Posted: 19 February 2020 at 7:43pm | IP Logged Quote Jody Thornton

When I read the title of this thread, I immediately thought of "Better Man" by Clint Black on RCA. The final chorus is halved.

Dolly Parton's 9 to 5 is given different improvisations on the radio version.

Also the Charlie Daniels Band "Devil Went Down to Georgia" is censored on the radio version to "son of a gun"


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Posted: 19 February 2020 at 8:10pm | IP Logged Quote sriv94

Jody Thornton wrote:

Dolly Parton's 9 to 5 is given different improvisations on the radio version.



This is the first I've heard of a 45/LP (or promo/stock) difference for "9 To 5." Not that I don't trust you, Jody, but is
there anyone who can corroborate this?

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Posted: 19 February 2020 at 10:20pm | IP Logged Quote aaronk

I'm not sure about any difference in the vocals, but there are some CDs with a different mix. Pat labels them ":14 longer" but they truly do have a different mix. Ron notes in his files that it first appeared on "Ultimate," so it could be a CD-era remix.

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