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Old 01-06-2012, 05:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Freddy King Gives You A Bonaza of Instrumentals LP

I recently purchased a reissue of Freddy King Gives You A Bonaza of Instumentals LP. I have a copy of Freddy King Just Pickin' CD; whick is essentially Freddy King's Let's Hide Away and Dance Away With Freddy King, and Freddy King Gives You A Banaza of Instrumentals combined on one CD. The track Remington Ride on the Just Picking CD is a slower version than the one on the reissue LP. I have a copy of Freddy King's Hide Away: The Best Of Freddie King which has the faster version of Remington Ride. Does anyone know on the original Freddy King Gives You A Banaza of Instrumentals which version of Remington Ride was issued? I'm so used to the slower version that the faster version seems out of place to me. If the record company switched the versions for some apparent reason, why?
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