what's the longest song in your iTunes library?

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    Mine's Divorced by Tool/Melvins @ 14:43.
    2nd longest is Les Gammas by the Cinematic Orchestra @ 14:27.
     
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    Symphony No. 1, composed by Christopher Rouse - 27:07

    Longest non-classical song is Come On by The Verve - 15:15 - kinda. The song enda after like 6 minutes or so, gives way to about a 7 minute pause, then a hidden track.

    Longest non-broken non-classical song is Say Hello Wave Goodbye by David Gray - 9:03.

    edit: actually, come to think of it, that longest classical song will change, I want to re-encode Rite of Spring (Le sacre du printemps) by Igor Stravinsky which will end up around 30-32 minutes. Cool. =-)
     
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    9th Symphony - 4th Movement 23:39 beethoven

    2nd place goes to
    Dogs 17:04
    Pink Floyd
     
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    Caterpillar ~ Keoki 13:02
    Hypnotized ~ Oscar G. et Stryke 12:28
     
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    In Tempo des Scherzos from Gustav Mahler - 34:06
     
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    dave clarke - World Service cd 1 Techno Mix dave clarke 1:18:53 world service cd01
     
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    Silence by Delirium featuring Sarah McLachlan, clocking in at a hefty 11:10 - pukka tune, if you haven't heard it before, check it out.
     
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    Jesus, I-Mary Star of the Sea 22:43 --Zwan Live at the Metro January 2003


    Transmission - a live version by the smashing pumpkins coming in at 22:30
     
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    Song Name: Echoes
    Album: Meddle
    Artist: Pink Floyd

    23:38
     
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    Zeppelin's Achilles Last Stand I think, at around 10:40, although there are several "concept" albums that weigh in around 40-50 mins but are split into shorter sctions.
     
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    I lack an iTunes library although I am planning on obtaining one ;), so my longest WMP library item is 12:03, Desert Storm by Orbital.
     
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    actual song or file?

    file thats audio is 'brian regan's comedy central presents', at 56minutes.

    longest song...

    kickin back (extended version), by bob james, at 6minutes
     
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    The longest is a Mozart concerto, at 16:22, but the longest nonclassical is track seven from Sigur Rós' ( ) album, at 12:59.
     
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    Yeah I have a 30 something minute long comedy routine by Pablo Francisco, but I didn't mention it. Let's stick to songs on this one. ;)
     
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    I have a streak open that I have been listen too for about... lets see 2 days?

    yeah 2 days 3 hours... 4 min... eh seconds don't matter.

    ;)

    I don't have long songs, I have a couple full CD's.
    Daft Punk - Discovery, in a whole CD

    I have like all of The Beatles CD's Like that too... :(
     
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    Jethro Tull's "Thick as a Brick" (side 1) at 22:37.
     
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    Same with me. Are the two sides supposed to be played right after each other. I only have the LP version. They both fade in and out, which seems like they're supposed to be separate tracks. However, the title is the same for both sides.
     
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    Let's see...the top 5 of mine...

    1. Beethoven's 9th, 4th Movement, 25m 44s
    2. "Matrix Reloaded" Suite, 17m 35s
    3. An American in Paris, 17m 19s
    4. Airline Announcements, George Carlin, 16m 42s
    5. Beethoven's 9th, 1st Movement, 16m 37s

    I have 30 songs which are up in the double digits of minutes, and that's only out of a 1750 song library...though honestly, a few comedy skits intermingle with it, as seen in my top 5. ;)
     
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    Longest Track: Darwin ~ Third Eye Blind (20:49)

    Longest NON-BROKEN Song: Jesus, I/Mary Star of the Sea ~ Zwan (14:04)
     
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    Longest song: Children of Shanchez (Overture) ~ Chuck Mangione - 14:17
     
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    Longest "song" is Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

    20 Hours, 36 Minutes, and 34 seconds.
     
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    My longest is mozart's piano concerto no. 9

    followed by his clarinet concerto

    i also hve some dennis leary and dennis miller comedy tracks that are longer
     
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    Concierto De Aranjuez by Miles Davis from hi Sketches of Spain album. 16:23. One of the best 16 minutes in jazz history.
     
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    Yes it is.

    I like that whole album and kind of blue.

    Freddie freeloader, all blues, and so what are also very good (Kind of blue), as are all of his other works for that matter.

    John coltrane and thelonious monk are also very good, but most of monk's works tend to be short.
     

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