Original Version

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Spirit In The Night - Original Version - Live Performance
... Live versions of the song have appeared on the live CD Live/1975–85 and on both the CD and video versions of Hammersmith Odeon London '75 ... A version with Springsteen playing the song solo on piano appears on the DVD Live in Barcelona ... This version is memorable as Springsteen has to start the third verse over again after playing the wrong chords on piano ...
Singles, B-Sides & Live - Track Listing
... "Film Music (Original Version)" – 411 "Come On" – 450 "Le Song (Original Version)" – 310 "U.O.R ... Original Version)" – 523 "John Wayne" – 238 "I Love You My Farfisa" – 410 "I Want to Be President" – 446 "I Only Always Think" – 508 "I've Been Your Fan ...
Lee Wong - Teams - Season One - White Tigers
... Rai Chou Bit-beast Galeon Lee (Rai) Lee Chan, known in the Japanese version as Rai Chou (金李, Japanese Chou Rai, Chinese Pinyin Won Laǐ) is a fierce competitor ... Lee is voiced by Koichi Nagano in the original version, and by Ted Cole in the English dub ... Mariah is voiced by Niina Kumagaya in the original version, and by Julie Lemieux in the English dub ...
Buenos Aires Remixed - Track Listing and Credits
... Original version released on Emigrante (electrotango) album ... Original version released on Tangophobia Vol ... Vida Moderna en 2/4 (neo clubber mix) Original version released on "Emigrante (electrotango)" album ...

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