Dont you just love this track listing



Dont you just love this track listing

Postby hamd01 » Tue Oct 16, 2007 4:46 pm

http://www.asda-entertainment.co.uk/asd ... 51.product

Track 5, that old classic 'Who's gonna play this', followed by Track 6, 'Old piano'.

You just know its not going to be a quality item when they make a f&*& up like that on the back cover.
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Re: Dont you just love this track listing

Postby Tony Papard » Tue Oct 16, 2007 7:07 pm

hamd01 wrote:http://www.asda-entertainment.co.uk/asda/8525451.product

Track 5, that old classic 'Who's gonna play this', followed by Track 6, 'Old piano'.

You just know its not going to be a quality item when they make a f&*& up like that on the back cover.


So many of the titles are wrong - and Asda are one of the superstores who have refused to stock Last Man Standing 'Live' or any other JLL DVDs. So I suppose we should be grateful for small mercies.

Having said that, the Church St Station show was one of Jerry's very best. I certainly recommend it.
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Re: Dont you just love this track listing

Postby flip54 » Tue Oct 16, 2007 8:31 pm

Tony

Asda list the LMS Live dvd and cd on the link you gave

Phil

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hamd01 wrote:http://www.asda-entertainment.co.uk/asda/8525451.product

Track 5, that old classic 'Who's gonna play this', followed by Track 6, 'Old piano'.

You just know its not going to be a quality item when they make a f&*& up like that on the back cover.


So many of the titles are wrong - and Asda are one of the superstores who have refused to stock Last Man Standing 'Live' or any other JLL DVDs. So I suppose we should be grateful for small mercies.

Having said that, the Church St Station show was one of Jerry's very best. I certainly recommend it.
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Re: Dont you just love this track listing

Postby Tony Papard » Tue Oct 16, 2007 9:52 pm

[quote="flip54"]Tony

Asda list the LMS Live dvd and cd on the link you gave

Phil

[quote="

After numerous searches where it said the LMS DVD wasn't available, it finally came up during a search in the CD section - CD and DVD combined. It certainly hasn't been on display in my local Asda store.
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Re: Dont you just love this track listing

Postby flip54 » Tue Oct 16, 2007 11:22 pm

Usually easier to select "all products" in search category

I shop in Asda weekly,Asda tend to stock current chart material and special offers pf ex chart material ala other supermarkets in store. They are carrying the ltd ed new Dylan box. As they are now owned by Walmart it's a great shame they don't have a country /oldies section. They seem content to have lots of Elvis/Cash/Orbiosn dvds but are content to have Gt Hits or classic albums by them instaed of more specialist product

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flip54 wrote:Tony

Asda list the LMS Live dvd and cd on the link you gave

Phil

[quote="

After numerous searches where it said the LMS DVD wasn't available, it finally came up during a search in the CD section - CD and DVD combined. It certainly hasn't been on display in my local Asda store.
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Postby Andrew McRae » Wed Oct 17, 2007 9:23 am

You just know its not going to be a quality item when they make a f&*& up like that on the back cover.


This reminds me that when 'Cherry/Lemon' (or whatever) were promoting their CD release of "The Session" (featuring Eric Clapton, of course) a couple of years back, it became a twenty-track item, including both "Early Morning" and "Rain"!

And there does seem to be some compulsion to f&*& up , as you justifiably put it, the track list on Video/DVD releases in particular.. it's a long standing tradition not to bother finding out what the actual song titles are, but simply to make a stab at them, usually either from the the opening line or sometimes the most-oft repeated line in the song. I'm struggling to think of any DVD release on which everything is correct!

I think we should call it the "I Got A Woman" syndrome and dedicate it to the toss-pots at Smash records who re-christened "Mean Woman Blues" all those years ago....

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Postby peterchecksfield » Wed Oct 17, 2007 9:38 am

Andrew McRae wrote: I'm struggling to think of any DVD release on which everything is correct!


Me too. Even 'Last Man Standing Live' has a couple of errors. 'Don't Put No Headstone On My Grave' is perhaps understandable (as this is the correct title & 'The Session' listed it wrong), but 'Over The Rainbow' is the title used by Judy Garland (& not the commonly mis-titled 'Somewhere Over The Rainbow' as listed on the DVD cover):

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Over_the_Rainbow

Another common mistake is 'Honky Tonk Woman' (again listed on the DVD cover). The correct title is 'Honky Tonk Women'.
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