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    Good decision. I'm a fan of both of them, too.

    "Every Highway," ("Carefree Highway"); almost a theme song for Gordon Lightfoot; "The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald," lingering on, words on words, this lyric doesn't stop unitl the song ends; "Sundown," "If You Could Read My Mind." Engaging, musical, very professionally performed and produced hit records worth their due in recognition. Good award.
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    I agree that Bob and Gordon are both very deserving. I am delighted for them both!

    CONGRATULATIONS!!!

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    Looks like Mr. Seger's going the Walmart exclusive route as well...
    Seger's Ultimate Hits is 11.88 at walmart. 2-CD set / 26 Songs


    http://www.walmart.com/ip/19225229
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    Quote Originally Posted by VAisForEagleLovers View Post
    Looks like Mr. Seger's going the Walmart exclusive route as well...
    Seger's Ultimate Hits is 11.88 at walmart. 2-CD set / 26 Songs


    http://www.walmart.com/ip/19225229
    I bought this CD with money I got for Christmas, since Santa didn't bring it. Glad I went to Walmart for it. I didn't realize that it was exclusive to them & obviously I wouldn't have found it if I looked anywhere else. Great album!

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    CONGRATS TO BOB & GORDON! I'm a fan of both of them.

    Quote Originally Posted by Windeagle View Post
    Agreed. Seger and Lightfoot are both great. In fact, Gordon Lightfoot was the first concert I ever saw. I was 13 and convinced my dad to take me because he liked "Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald."
    My father hated "Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald." As a joke, I bought the single at the time it came out & gave it to him. He wasn't impressed. I always liked the song. I still have that single.

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    Wow. I absolutely worship that song. The subject matter may be gloomy but it's brilliantly told. Other favourite GL songs of mine are If You Could Read My Mind, Alberta Bound, Triangle, Cherokee Bend, Don Quixote, Canadian Railroad Trilogy & the magnificent Sundown which actually was a Number One single. I've told you about how I found a song of his called On Yonge Street, literally on Yonge St in Toronto & bought it on iTunes when I got home. He is a Canadian bard; he writes about the country much more than Neil Young, for example.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GlennLover View Post
    I bought this CD with money I got for Christmas, since Santa didn't bring it. Glad I went to Walmart for it. I didn't realize that it was exclusive to them & obviously I wouldn't have found it if I looked anywhere else. Great album!
    I downloaded a lot of MP3s from it from Amazon, so I'm not sure how 'exclusive' it is, but it's what the Bob Seger Facebook page put in my Newsfeed. I imagine the $11.88 is 'exclusive' to Walmart.
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    FP, I love all his work, but in particular Sundown & Cdn Raiload Trilogy. Pussywillows, Cat-Tails was the first song of his that I remember hearing (I won't say how many years ago). I have loved it ever since.

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    I'm happy for Gordon L too. I loved Sundown and If You Could Read My Mind especially.
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    Bob @ the Grammys lookin' good



    and news of a new album in September, Good Luck Bob! I wish Adele would do a duet with him...I think they'd sound fabulous together.

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