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The 5 Longest Songs on your DAP?

Discussion in 'Music' started by jahn, Nov 4, 2005.
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  1. Jahn Contributor
    See? This time I said DAP, not iPod! What are the five longest single tracks that you have saved on your portable rig? No fair to say "My Rio is Gapless, so my one track is an entire Verdi Opera!" You know what I mean!

    Anyhow, it surprised me what was #1...and that I might actually pop this track on and just groove for that long when I'm out and about!

    Touch Me 2000 41:52Cathy Dennis
    Elegia (Full Version)17:31New Order
    What Is this Thing 15:50Charlie Parker
    Enjoy the Silence (Quad Mix)15:25Depeche Mode
    My Funny Valentine15:03Miles Davis
  2. upangel180
    The only one I can think of off of the top of my head is this:

    Goldie - Mother (album version) 60:15
  3. DJShadow
    Portishead-BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix 118:20 [​IMG]
  4. Riordan Contributor
    mike oldfield - amarok. clocks in at 60:04.
    while i have several two-track lps digitized on my iriver (oldfield's tubular bells and jethro tull's thick as a brick come to mind), amarok is the only one-track cd that i have on the dap. one gapless swirling "movement" from teeth brushing to margaret thatcher tap-dancing.

    i won't put it on the shuffle, though [​IMG]
  5. saturnine Contributor
    Both parts of "Thick as a Brick" by Jethro Tull
    Lots of longer Jazz tracks, not sure which is longest...
  6. mrarroyo Contributor
    My Favorite Things 34:36 John Coltrane - The Olatunji Concert
  7. BillC
    David Sylvian, "Approaching Silence" at 38:17

    Followed closely by:

    David Sylvian, "The Beekeeper's Apprentice" at 32:38

    It then drops off to:

    Dream Theater, "This Dying Soul" at 11:27

    Interesting question. I'll have to search my music drive when I get home since I've only got a 30GB subset of my music on my DAP [​IMG]
  8. GuffMorgan
    Providence by Godspeed You! Black Emperor at 29:02
    DJed by Tortoise at 20:57
    If You Could See Me Now (Live) by Jaco Pastorius 18:28
    Why (What's Goin On?) by The Roots 16:40
    Eskimo by Damien Rice 16:06

    I could have just chose Godspeed and Silver Mt. for all of them, but there's no fun in that.
  9. Head Creep
    On my Zen Xtra...

    Kyuss - Spaceship Landing - 34:04
    Black Sabbath - Wicked World (Live) - 18:55
    Metallica - Solos (Bass/Guitar) (Live) - 18:48
    Led Zeppelin - Dazed and Confused (BBC Sessions) - 18:36
    Metallica - Seek & Destroy (Live) - 18:08
  10. saab Contributor
    On my iPod:

    MX - Deftones: 37:18
    Right Off - Miles Davis: 26:57
    Yesternow - Miles Davis: 25:36
    Supper's Ready - Genesis: 22:51
    Allegro non troppo e molto mae - Tchaikovsky: 20:44
    Sister Ray - The Velvet Undergound: 17:27
  11. greyghost
    besides classical

    J+J+J -Portable ultrasound 20:31

    Massive Attack- Antistar 19:40

    The Doors- Celebration of the Lizard 17:02

    then lots near the 15 minute mark
  12. jar Contributor
    Going from what's on my computer, and my memory as to what's on the DAP:

    18:36 Dazed and Confused -- Led Zeppelen -- BBC Sessions
    17:57 That was a Crazy Game of Poker -- O.A.R. -- 34th &8th (live)
    16:23 Gypsy Woman -- Martin Sexton -- Live Wide Open
    15:42 St. Robinson in His Caddilac Dream -- Counting Crows -- Desert Life
    14:23 Free Bird (Live) -- Lynryd Skynyrd -- Greatest Hits
    13:56 Human -- Flynn -- Let The Show Begin

    That's skipping the 12 episodes of The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy radio show that are still on my DAP from a road trip.
  13. Garbz
    Philip Glass - Music with Changing parts 61:39
  14. infinitefurby
    Well, I have a lot of long tracks on my X5...so I added some restrictions, namely no repeat artists and only tracks which actually occur on the CD as a single track.

    62:08 Vladislav Delay - Anima
    60:22 Acid Mothers Temple - Pink Lady Lemonade (You're So Sweet)
    56:30 Steve Reich - Music For 18 Musicians (original 1974 ECM recording)
    40:05 The Orb - Blue Room (single version)
    35:33 Nobukazu Takemura - Souvenir in Chicago

    And then a lot more around the half-hour mark...
  15. steel102

    Originally Posted by saturnine
    Both parts of "Thick as a Brick" by Jethro Tull

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