Favorites and Rarities

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Favorites and Rarities
Compilation album by Don McLean
Released 1993
Genre Rock
Label EMI America
Don McLean chronology
The Very Best of Don McLean
(1977)
Favorites and Rarities
(1993)
Legendary Songs of Don McLean
(2003)

Favorites and Rarities is a 1993 compilation album by American musician Don McLean.

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Track listing[edit]

Disc one[edit]

  1. "Castles in the Air" (Mediarts version) - 2:55
  2. "And I Love You So" - 4:18
  3. "American Pie" - 8:35
  4. "Vincent (Starry, Starry Night)" - 4:01
  5. "Babylon" - 1:44
  6. "Empty Chairs" - 3:26
  7. "Dreidel" - 3:47
  8. "If We Try" (United Artists version) - 3:34
  9. "Fool's Paradise" (Single version) - 3:51
  10. "Sitting on Top of the World" - 1:58
  11. "La La Love You" - 3:46
  12. "Wonderful Baby" - 2:06
  13. "Crying in the Chapel" - 2:21
  14. "Magdalene Lane" (Live) 4:06
  15. "Crying" - 3:43
  16. "Since I Don't Have You" - 2:36
  17. "Castles in the Air" (Millennium version) - 3:43
  18. "He's Got You" - 4:51
  19. "Superman's Ghost" - 4:47
  20. "You Can't Blame the Train" - 3:06

Disc two[edit]

  1. "Good Old Wagon" - 2:25
  2. "Milkman's Matinee" - 5:22
  3. "Aftermath" - 4:05
  4. "Mother Nature" - 6:57
  5. "Every Day" (BBC version) - 2:33
  6. "That's All Right" - 3:22
  7. "Profiteering Blues" - 3:02
  8. "Hit Parade of Love" - 2:35
  9. "The Carnival Has Ended" - 5:39
  10. "I'm Blue, I'm Lonesome" - 2:14
  11. "Nature Boy" - 1:08
  12. "Black Sheep Boy" - 2:44
  13. "Mountains o' Mourne" (Live) - 5:14
  14. "And Her Mother Came Too" (Live) - 2:45
  15. "Yonkers Girl" (Live) - 3:05
  16. "Turkey in the Straw" - 0:39
  17. "Dubuque" - 0:50
  18. "Sally Ann/Muleskinner Blues/Old Joe Clark" - 3:26
  19. "If We Try" (EMI America version) - 4:00
  20. "Perfect Love" - 3:21
  21. "Little Child" - 3:05
  22. "Gotta Make You Mine" - 3:15

Notes[edit]

  • "You Can't Blame the Train" composed by singer/songwriter Terri Sharp.