Not long enough.... songs that are too short...

Deb Arkle

Active Member
Frankie Valli, Opus 17 - the party is just getting started again when it fades out at the end. I love the lyrics too (as I do for most Frankie songs).
 
Last edited:

gazzaboy

Active Member
What about Dock of the Bay, great as the whistled ending is, I’d kind of like the song to go on a bit longer. How, I don’t know, but I would...
 

Lucy Van Pelt

Well-known Member
What about Dock of the Bay, great as the whistled ending is, I’d kind of like the song to go on a bit longer. How, I don’t know, but I would...

The whistling was meant to be a temporary measure

Otis was going to record another verse after doing some shows, then fate struck it's cruel hand

Another song which is too short is For No One by the Beatles
 

gazzaboy

Active Member
Another one that springs to mind is Clapton's version of "Rollin' and Tumblin'" on Unplugged., which rather doesn't finish too early but starts too late, which is a recorded off cut as the engineers realised what was going on they hit record half way through an unplanned rendition. I could listen to a few more minutes of that.
 

gibbsy

Moderator
Did you get her to ‘turn around….’?
She was holding out for a hero and at the time I was a serving firefighter. So she found one. ;)
 

The latest video from AVForums

Movies Podcast: Star Trek in 4K. Is the new boxset worth it?
Subscribe to our YouTube channel
Support AVForums with Patreon

Top Bottom