Which recording do you have the most versions of?

Which recording do you have the most versions of?
Here it is
93% (143 votes)
Only have one of everything
7% (11 votes)
Total votes: 154

Several recordings have been released over and over in a variety of formats and special editions (<I>Kind of Blue</I> is but one example). Which recording do you have the most versions of?

Ken Valentine's picture

Sargeant Pepper

struts's picture

1955 Glenn Gould Goldberg Variations. The original CD, A State of Wonder, the Zenph "re-performance." and most recently the "original label" version.

Mullard EL34's picture

It's gotta be Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon! In addition to the original US LP release, I have the British LP, and the Mobile Fidelity remastering in vinyl. With two version on CD, that comes to five copies in all...

Wilden's picture

Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon.

Martin Straub's picture

Sticky Fingers by the Rolling Stones. UK first press, UK late '70s early 80?s US first press Mobile Fidelity press Japanese pressing plus the CD for the car. (sold the car...) The cleanest is the Japanese. The Mo-Fi is technically very good. The one that get listened to is the British firtst press. Sock it to me.

Lytle's picture

Knockin on Heaven's Door 1) Bob Dylan, 2) Eric Clapton, and 3) Guns and Roses.

pathfinder's picture

Beethoven's symphonies numbers.5 & 9.

Daniel M's picture

Pop Pop / Rickie lee jones

Michael Holmes's picture

Beethoven Symphonies There are just so many good but different recordings--a life times listening!

Alessandro's picture

the dark side of the moon

Tim Bishop's picture

Pink Floyd Dark Side of the Moon, including all formats, about 15 copies!

Doug McCall's picture

Goodbye Yellow Brick Road by Elton John. I had the 8-Track, I bought it on LP twice, CD twice and now, on DVD-Audio.

NC's picture

By far, Bach's Goldberg Variations followed by Monteverdi's Orfeo, Haendel's Messiah and Dylan's Blonde on Blonde.

Mannie Smith's picture

The Beethoven symphonies - 2 CD sets (Harnoncourt/COE and Zinman/Tonhalle) and an LP set from the Beethoven Centennial Collection (von Karajan/BPO).

Daniel Emerson's picture

I only have one copy of each title. When I find myself with more, I choose the one to keep based on a mixture of sound quality, bonus tracks and/or condition.

Perry's picture

Dark Side of the Moon

Arthur McEvoy's picture

Dark Side of the Moon