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Best Ballad Ever

Best Ballad Ever  

  1. 1. Best Ballad Ever

    • Yes
      Yes
    • No
      Yes
    • I have no soul and hate ballads
      Yes


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jmooney
Love it.  Just bought it from iTunes.  Best ever? What say ya'll

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sxsneubaum
Most definitely

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redtop
American Pie

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kdvollmer
OOOOh.  Two great choices there, though i lean toward the Wreck of the Edmund Fitz as well.

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erik meade

There are way too many choices.  But I am inclined to think that Bob Dylan, alone, probably has a dozen better ballads.  Ballad of a Thin Man.

And then there is CDB with Uneasy Rider,  Don't forget Uneasy Rider.

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sxsneubaum

I love Uneasy Rider and it isn't in the "ballad" category with the Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald.  

Erik, Bob Dylan is old. :p

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steve bernadowicz
I vote for the "Wreck" too. Saw her once, before she went down. She was docked in Erie, one of the first slips just inside Presque Ilse Bay. HUGE ! Right behind my Busha's house.  steve b

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KCShlly

Hmm, are there any young balladeers worth listening to these days? Certainly none on my 14-y-o's playlist.

Got any suggestions?

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HedgehogHillShorthairs
Totally agree with Erik ---at least a dozen better ballads. As far as the "Wreck" is concerned --- insignificant work and artist.

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lee sykes
Hmm, are there any young balladeers worth listening to these days? Certainly none on my 14-y-o's playlist.

Got any suggestions?

Robert Earle Keene Jr.

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lee sykes
As far as the "Wreck" is concerned --- insignificant work and artist.

Spoken like a true internet Supreme Being.

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Rex Hoppie
I liked Wolf Creek Pass.  "and down the other side"

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Briarscratch
So what is the definition of "ballad"?

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gundogpa

great.....now I am yuou tubing all the Gordon Lightfoot songs I have never heard.

not bad.......

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KCShlly

Robert Earle Keene Jr.

Any fav's, Lee?

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