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Old 12-24-2005, 12:02 PM   #1
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which album can the rearranged version of the way I feel be found on?
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Old 12-24-2005, 12:47 PM   #3
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which album can the rearranged version of the way I feel be found on?
You'll never guess but it is on the 1967 United Artists album simply entitled "The way I feel"

this is also shown elsewhere on corfid in fact
The rearranged version no doubt also appears on countless UA regurgitations/compilations but the version on the"songbook" box set/anthology is the original from the1966 album Lightfoot!
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Old 12-24-2005, 12:47 PM   #4
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Quote:
Originally posted by &lt;Fennell&gt;:
which album can the rearranged version of the way I feel be found on?
You'll never guess but it is on the 1967 United Artists album simply entitled "The way I feel"

this is also shown elsewhere on corfid in fact
The rearranged version no doubt also appears on countless UA regurgitations/compilations but the version on the"songbook" box set/anthology is the original from the1966 album Lightfoot!
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Old 12-27-2005, 04:55 PM   #5
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No duh.
Acually,the firs t verion has all acoustic instruments in it,while the second version has
newcomers John Stockfish on Electric Bass
and The Awesome Red Shea on that weird Electric Guitar with the tremelo.
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Old 12-27-2005, 04:55 PM   #6
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No duh.
Acually,the firs t verion has all acoustic instruments in it,while the second version has
newcomers John Stockfish on Electric Bass
and The Awesome Red Shea on that weird Electric Guitar with the tremelo.
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Old 12-27-2005, 06:06 PM   #7
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That album is available seperately on it's own CD,or you can find it among the United Artists 4 in "The UA Collection".

I know it's not included in "Songbook" and I don't recall it being on any of the many "Best Of's" collections in the 70s.

I like that version but I like the original better.
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Old 12-27-2005, 10:41 PM   #8
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I know it's not included in "Songbook"
Er Um sorry Walter but before I posted my notes above I not only read my songbook booklet but I also took the precaution of playing Songbook disc 1 and the version of TWIF on Songbook IS categorically the original from Lightfoot! NOT the rearranged version on the later album
I also read from the songbook booklet tracklist at:-
http://web.archive.org/web/200212260...75802trx.lasso
or http://www.tracklist.notlong.com
the folowing in Black and white
4.EARLY MORNING RAIN [3:00]

5.THE WAY I FEEL [3:42]
Also issued as United Artists single #50152 (4/67)

6.STEEL RAIL BLUES [2:48]
Tracks 3-6 from the album Lightfoot! (A)
United Artists #6487 (1/66)
Produced by JOHN COURT
Recorded in New York City (12/64)
BRUCE LANGHORNE & DAVID REA: guitar * BILL LEE: bass

I also note that according to the Canadian "The Original Lightfoot...The United Artists Years" 3-CD box set
TWIF on Lightfoot! runs 3:43 (compare with 3:42 above)
whereas the later version on the album "The Way I Feel" is much shorter at 3:02 and is presumably therefore at a significantly faster tempo as well as switching to Red Shea.
From the above unarguable reasons I rest my case
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Robby Lake also said "No duh" but I cannot fathom out what he might be saying "No" aboot here I as I was not arguing aboot the accoustic properties at all

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and I don't recall it being on any of the many "Best Of's" collections in the 70s.
Quite frankly "B" life is too short to check oot every "Best Of" compilation but I would not be surprised to find the later TWIF on one or other of them. Nor have I checked the most recent "Classic Masters" which logically should be the same as on the 1967 Canadian Picture Sleeve Single



which(witch) reconsulting the tracknotes above is or was apparently the earlier Lightfoot! version

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Old 12-27-2005, 10:41 PM   #9
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Quote:
Originally posted by Borderstone:


I know it's not included in "Songbook"
Er Um sorry Walter but before I posted my notes above I not only read my songbook booklet but I also took the precaution of playing Songbook disc 1 and the version of TWIF on Songbook IS categorically the original from Lightfoot! NOT the rearranged version on the later album
I also read from the songbook booklet tracklist at:-
http://web.archive.org/web/200212260...75802trx.lasso
or http://www.tracklist.notlong.com
the folowing in Black and white
4.EARLY MORNING RAIN [3:00]

5.THE WAY I FEEL [3:42]
Also issued as United Artists single #50152 (4/67)

6.STEEL RAIL BLUES [2:48]
Tracks 3-6 from the album Lightfoot! (A)
United Artists #6487 (1/66)
Produced by JOHN COURT
Recorded in New York City (12/64)
BRUCE LANGHORNE & DAVID REA: guitar * BILL LEE: bass

I also note that according to the Canadian "The Original Lightfoot...The United Artists Years" 3-CD box set
TWIF on Lightfoot! runs 3:43 (compare with 3:42 above)
whereas the later version on the album "The Way I Feel" is much shorter at 3:02 and is presumably therefore at a significantly faster tempo as well as switching to Red Shea.
From the above unarguable reasons I rest my case
John Fowles
Robby Lake also said "No duh" but I cannot fathom out what he might be saying "No" aboot here I as I was not arguing aboot the accoustic properties at all

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Also originally posted by Borderstone:

and I don't recall it being on any of the many "Best Of's" collections in the 70s.
Quite frankly "B" life is too short to check oot every "Best Of" compilation but I would not be surprised to find the later TWIF on one or other of them. Nor have I checked the most recent "Classic Masters" which logically should be the same as on the 1967 Canadian Picture Sleeve Single



which(witch) reconsulting the tracknotes above is or was apparently the earlier Lightfoot! version

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Old 12-28-2005, 07:51 PM   #10
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You know John,I play the "S." CD's a lot and I relly haven't read the lists on the box or the back of the cases in awhile. Not to mention,that since I have "UA Collection",I don't play Disc 1 as often.

I better get myself back up to speed on things,I get so busy with work and recently the holidays,I seem to have lost track.

Quite embarrasing for a GL listner!
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