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Thursday, January 31, 2008

Gordon Lightfoot Hits Rhapvailable Playlist

There are alot of inexplicable holes in the Rhapsody catalog, and some albums seem to drift in and out of availability with the tides. And some tracks within albums will blink on and off periodically.

I've got a proprietary list of tracks I search for to assess changes in the health of certain parts of the Rhapsody catalog. In the light rock domain, these diagnostic dowsing rods include "Cool Night" by Paul Davis, "Souvenir of London" by Procol Harum, "Captain of Her Heart" by Double, and "The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald" by Gordon Lightfoot.

The Gordon Lightfoot situation has been particularly vexing. At one point, a fistful of his albums did come into Rhapsody, but the hits were universally unavailable.

Friends, I'm here to tell you today that has changed. Today we can finally employ a Rhapsody playlist to observe [ssefo.com] the loss of the twenty-nine man crew of the Edmund Fitzgerald that cold, stormy day in November, 1975.

Gordon Lightfoot Hits Rhapvailable Playlist [Rhapsody Online Version]

The Wreck of The Edmund Fitzgerald
If You Could Read My Mind
Carefree Highway

P.S. Here's a brief but informative historical overview of Great Lakes shipwrecks in general at northshorevisitor.com.


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