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Playlist of Gordon Lightfoot

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  • Gordon Lightfoot - If You Could Read My Mind

    3:42

    For a longplay version of this record playing non stop please visit:

    Sit Down Young Stranger is Canadian singer Gordon Lightfoot's 6th original album and also his best-selling original album. It was released in 1970 on the Reprise Records Label. The album was renamed If You Could Read My Mind shortly after release due to the song reaching number #5 on the chart. The album itself reached #12 on the pop chart.
    The album marked a turning point in Lightfoot's musical career. It was Lightfoot's first recording for his new label, Reprise Records. He had left United Artists because he believed they did not promote his albums well enough.
    In terms of the music, Lightfoot included more orchestration, which is particularly evident on If You Could Read My Mind. It was also the first studio album to feature long-time Lightfoot bassist Rick Haynes. The orchestration on Minstrel of the Dawn was arranged by Randy Newman.
    The album contained one of the first recorded version of Kris Kristofferson and Fred Foster's Me and Bobby McGee which would later become a hit for Janis Joplin and also a stage favourite of Kristofferson's.
    A small number of vinyl copies contain no title. This is because the cover was originally supposed to be just a picture of Lightfoot but it was then thought that stating the title would increase the album's sales. The untitled copies did have a small sticker on the cellophane. It read Sit Down Young Stranger. This version is one of those versions, which has no title on the record sleeve.

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  • Don Quixote

    4:13

    Music video by Gordon Lightfoot performing Gordon Lightfoot - Don Quixote.

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  • Gordon Lightfoot - Me And Bobby McGee 1970

    3:42

    Gordon Lightfoot
    Me And Bobby McGee
    1970
    Me and Bobby McGee is a song written by Kris Kristofferson and Fred Foster, originally performed by Roger Miller. Janis Joplin notably covered the song on the album Pearl. The song was recorded only a few days before her death in October 1970.

    Some sources state that Gordon Lightfoot issued the first recorded version; another story tells how Kristofferson popped his head into the studio with freshly written verses as Roger Miller was recording the song. Regardless, Miller was the first artist to have a hit with the song, peaking with it at #12 on the US country charts in 1969. Lightfoot's version hit #13 pop, and #1 country in his native Canada in 1970

  • Sea of Tranquility

    3:16

    Provided to YouTube by Rhino/Warner Records

    Sea of Tranquility · Gordon Lightfoot

    Dream Street Rose

    ℗ 1999 Warner Records Inc.

    Bass: Bob Glaub
    Harp: Bruce Good
    Harp: Gayle Levant
    Guitar, Producer, Vocals: Gordon Lightfoot
    Banjo: Herb Pedersen
    Mixing Engineer: Lee Herschberg
    Recording Engineer: Lee Herschberg
    Percussion: Lenny Castro
    Producer: Lenny Waronker
    Accordion, Synthesizer: Michael Omartian
    Rhodes Guitar: Michael Omartian
    Accordion: Nick DeCaro
    Pedal Steel Guitar: Pee Wee Charles
    Bass: Rick Haynes
    Producer: Russ Titelman
    Synthesizer Programmer: Stephen Hague
    Assistant Engineer: Stuart Gitlin
    Lead Guitar: Terry Clements
    Writer: Gordon Lightfoot
    String Arranger: Nick DeCaro

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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  • Gordon Lightfoot - Why Not Give It A Try - Official Lyric Video

    3:23

    Official lyric video for Why Not Give It A Try, the new single from Gordon Lightfoot's upcoming album, Solo, out March 20th. Listen Now / Pre-Order / Pre-Add:

    Lyric Video Created by Connor Scheffler

  • Ballad of the Yarmouth Castle

    5:25

    Ballad Of The Yarmouth Castle
    by Gordon Lightfoot
    from Sunday Concert
    (United Artists, 1969)

    (Am) Well, it's four o'clock in the (C) afternoon
    The (G) anchors have been weighed
    From Mi(Am)ami to (G)Nassau
    She's (Am) bound across the waves
    She's heading south through (C) Biscayne Bay
    In(G)to the open sea
    Yarmouth (Am) Castle, she's a-(G)dying and don't (Am) know it

    Now the many years she's been to sea
    She's seen the better times
    She gives a groan of protest
    As they cast away her lines
    And the grumble of her engines
    And the rust along her spine
    Tells the Castle she's too old to be sailing

    But the sands run out within her heart
    A tiny spark glows red
    It smoulders through the evening
    There's laughter overhead
    Now the dinner's served and the cards are dealt
    And the drinks are passed around
    Deep within the fire starts a-burning

    Now it's midnight on the open sea
    And the moon is shining bright
    Some people join the party
    And others say goodnight
    There's many who are sleeping now
    It's been a busy day
    And a tiny wisp of smoke is a-rising

    Oh Lord, she groans, I'm burning!
    Let someone understand
    But her silent plea is wasted
    In the playing of the band
    Everybody's dancing on the deck
    And they're having such a time
    Then a voice says
    Shut up and deal, I'm losing

    Deep within the Yarmouth Castle
    The fire begins to glow
    It leaps into the hallways
    And climbs and twists and grows
    And the paint she wore to keep her young
    Oh Lord, how well it burns
    And soon that old fire is a-raging

    Well beneath the bridge it's climbing fast
    The captain stands aloft
    He calls up to the bosin, says
    Bosin, we are lost
    For the ragged hoses in the racks
    No pressure do they hold
    And the people down below will soon be dying

    All amidships, oh she's blazing now
    It's spreading fore and aft
    The people are a-scrambling
    As the fire blocks their path
    The evil smoke surrounds them
    And they're falling in their tracks
    And the captain in his lifeboat is a-leaving (C) (G) (Am) (G) (Am)

    Oh then the ship, Bahama Star
    Comes steaming through the night
    She sees the Castle blazing
    And 'tis a terrible sight
    Jump down, jump down the captain cries
    We'll save you if we can
    Then the paint on his funnels is a-frying

    God help the ones who sleep below
    And cannot find their way
    Thank God for those we've rescued
    Upon this awful day
    Now the heroes, they are many
    But the times are growing slim
    And now from stern to bow she's a-blazing

    Oh the Yarmouth Castle's moaning
    She's crying like a child
    You can hear her if you listen
    Above the roar so wild
    Is she crying for the ones who lie
    Within her molten sides
    Or crying for herself, I'm a-wondering

    But the living soon were rescued
    The ones who lived to tell
    And from the Star they watched her
    As she died there in the swells
    Like a toy ship on a millpond
    She burned all through the night
    Then slipped beneath the waves in the morning

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  • Gordon Lightfoot and Johnny Cash- For Lovin Me

    2:34

    Gordon Lightfoot performing on the Johnny Cash Show

  • Gordon Lightfoot - The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald

    6:20

    Soundstage 1979

  • gordon lightfoot softly

    3:22

    nice one from gord

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  • Guitar Cover - Learn How to Play Sundown by Gordon Lightfoot - Steve Stine Guitar Lesson

    9:41

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  • Lightfoot, Gordon - Sundown

    3:16

    Top Tune, need i say more...

  • Gordon Lightfoot - Ill Prove My Love

    3:11

    Gordon Lightfoot - I'll Prove My Love off of the album Waiting For You.
    Enjoy

  • All The Lovely Ladies-Gordon Lightfoot

    3:39

    A Cold on the Shoulder selection. I wish I could know them one by one.

  • Gordon Lightfoot - If You Could Read My Mind

    3:41

    to watch with better quality
    ...what a tale my thoughts could tell
    The great man live and acoustic.

  • Gordon Lightfoot - Canadian Railroad Trilogy

    6:25

    Gordon Lightfoot
    Canadian Railroad Trilogy
    From the Album - The Way I Feel. 1967



    Lyrics:

    There was a time in this fair land when the railroad did not run
    When the wild majestic mountains stood alone against the sun
    Long before the white man and long before the wheel
    When the green dark forest was too silent to be real

    But time has no beginnings and the history has no bounds
    As to this verdant country they came from all around
    They sailed upon her waterways and they walked the forests tall
    Built the mines, mills and the factories for the good of us all

    And when the young man's fancy was turnin' to the spring
    The railroad men grew restless for to hear the hammers ring
    Their minds were overflowing with the visions of their day
    And many a fortune lost and won and many a debt to pay

    For they looked in the future and what did they see
    They saw an iron road running from the sea to the sea
    Bringing the goods to a young growing land
    All up from the seaports and into their hands

    Look away said they across this mighty land
    From the eastern shore to the western strand

    Bring in the workers and bring up the rails
    We gotta lay down the tracks and tear up the trails
    Open her heart let the life blood flow
    Gotta get on our way 'cause we're moving too slow

    Bring in the workers and bring up the rails
    We're gonna lay down the tracks and tear up the trails
    Open her heart let the life blood flow
    Gotta get on our way 'cause we're moving too slow
    Get on our way 'cause we're moving too slow

    Behind the blue Rockies the sun is declining
    The stars they come stealing at the close of the day
    Across the wide prairie our loved ones lie sleeping
    Beyond the dark ocean in a place far away

    We are the navvies who work upon the railway
    Swinging our hammers in the bright blazing sun
    Living on stew and drinking bad whiskey
    Bending our backs til the long days are done

    We are the navvies who work upon the railway
    Swinging our hammers in the bright blazing sun
    Laying down track and building the bridges
    Bending our old backs til the railroad is done

    So over the mountains and over the plains
    Into the muskeg and into the rain
    Up the St. Lawrence all the way to Gaspe
    Swinging our hammers and drawing our pay
    Layin' 'em in and tying them down
    Away to the bunkhouse and into the town
    A dollar a day and a place for my head
    A drink to the living, a toast to the dead

    Oh the song of the future has been sung
    All the battles have been won
    On the mountain tops we stand
    All the world at our command
    We have opened up her soil
    With our teardrops and our toil

    For there was a time in this fair land when the railroad did not run
    When the wild majestic mountains stood alone against the sun
    Long before the white man and long before the wheel
    When the green dark forest was too silent to be real
    When the green dark forest was too silent to be real
    And many are the dead men too silent to be real

  • Gordon Lightfoot - Oh So Sweet - Official Lyric Video

    3:09

    Official lyric video for Oh So Sweet from Gordon Lightfoot's album, Solo, available now.
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    Lyric Video Created by Connor Scheffler

  • gordon lightfoot if you could read my mind live in concert bbc 1972

    4:00

    one of lightfoot best songs

  • Rainy Day People w/Lyrics

    3:06

    Rainy Day People w/ lyrics.
    Music and Lyrics; Gordon Lightfoot from the album: Cold On The Shoulder. Single released March 1975. Reached #26 on Billboard 100 and # 1 on Easy Listening Chart May, 1975.

  • GORDON LIGHTFOOT ~ Walls ~

    2:54

    Gordon Lightfoot ~ WALLS ~

  • GORDON LIGHTFOOT ~ The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face ~

    3:13

    Gordon Lightfoot ~THE FIRST TIME EVER I SAW YOUR FACE ~ written by Ewan McColl. From his first album Lightfoot. Songs from his first album are essentially pure Gordon Lightfoot. His beatiful rich, deep folk baritone voice expresses it all. Gordon LIghtfoot is one of a kind.

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  • If You Could Read My Mind - Gordon Lightfoot -

    6:12

    Just amazing!!!

    Gordon Lightfoot
    If You Could Read My Mind
    Year: 1971
    Composer: Gordon Lightfoot
    Label: Reprise
    Producers: Lenny Waronker and Joseph Wissert

  • Gordon Lightfoot - Did She Mention My Name 1968, Lyrics

    2:28

    Gordon Lightfoot
    Did She Mention My Name
    1968 - Did She Mention My Name
    This is a UA product!!!!!

    Lyics:

    It's so nice to meet an old friend and pass the time of day
    And talk about the home town a million miles away
    Is the ice still in the river, are the old folks still the same
    And by the way, did she mention my name

    Did she mention my name just in passing
    And when the morning came, do you remember if she dropped a name or two
    Is the home team still on fire, do they still win all the games
    And by the way, did she mention my name

    Is the landlord still a loser, do his signs hang in the hall
    Are the young girls still as pretty in the city in the fall
    Does the laughter on their faces still put the sun to shame
    And by the way, did she mention my name

    Did she mention my name just in passing
    And when the talk ran high, did the look in her eye seem far away
    Is the old roof still leaking when the late snow turns to rain
    And by the way, did she mention my name

    Did she mention my name just in passing
    And looking at the rain, do you remember if she dropped a name or two
    Won't you say hello from someone, they'll be no need to explain
    And by the way, did she mention my name

  • Gordon Lightfoot - Song For A Winters Night

    3:49

    Taken from Gordon Lightfoot Live In Reno DVD. Recorded April, 2000.

  • Gordon Lightfoot & Johnny Cash 1969

    2:33

    For Lovin' Me Duet!

  • Gordon Lightfoot - The Best Live Clips - 1960s and 1970s

    1:22:43

    This video compiles over 80 minutes of clips of Gordon Lightfoot's TV appearances between 1968 and 1979. While the emphasis here is on many of his hits, a few more obscure recordings are thrown in for good measure. I also tried to choose clips with good sound quality, even if the video quality isn't always perfect.

    Songs presented are:
    Summer Side of Life 0:00
    Sundown 4:13
    Face of a Thousand People 7:37
    Endless Wire 11:55
    Saturday Clothes 15:55
    If You Could Read My Mind 19:12
    10 Degrees and Getting Colder 22:55
    Summertime Dream 25:38
    Song For A Winter's Night 28:06
    Steel Rail Blues 31:08
    Hangdog Hotel Room 34:22
    Early Morning Rain 36:52
    The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald 39:48
    Talking In Your Sleep 46:14
    For Lovin' Me 49:29
    Ghosts of Cape Horn 51:50
    Minstrel of the Dawn 56:29
    Mountains and Marian 59:54
    Farewell Nova Scotia 1:04:05
    Beautiful 1:07:28
    Did She Mention My Name 1:10:42
    Canadian Railroad Trilogy 1:13:25
    Old Dan's Records 1:20:07

  • Gordon Lightfoot - Anything For Love

    3:45

    Anything For Love is from Gordon Lightfoot's 1986 album East of Midnight.

  • Gordon Lightfoot - Early Morning Rain

    3:34

    Gordon Lightfoot - Early Morning Rain (Live in Chicago - 1979)

  • Gordon Lightfoot - Oh So Sweet - Official Audio

    3:10

    Official audio of Oh So Sweet, the new single from Gordon Lightfoot's upcoming album, Solo, out March 20th.

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  • Ghosts of Cape Horn

    4:07

    Provided to YouTube by Rhino/Warner Records

    Ghosts of Cape Horn · Gordon Lightfoot

    Dream Street Rose

    ℗ 1980 Warner Records Inc.

    Bass: Bob Glaub
    Additional Harp: Bruce Good
    Harp: Gayle Levant
    Guitar, Producer, Vocals: Gordon Lightfoot
    Banjo: Herb Pedersen
    Co-ordinator Production: Joann Tominaga
    Recording Engineer: Lee Herschberg
    Mixer: Lee Herschberg
    Percussion: Lenny Castro
    Producer: Lenny Waronker
    Accordion, Synthesizer: Michael Omartian
    Rhodes Guitar: Michael Omartian
    Accordion: Nick DeCaro
    Pedal Steel Guitar: Pee Wee Charles
    Bass: Rick Hayes
    Producer: Russ Titelman
    Synthesizer Programmer: Stephen Hague
    Assistant Engineer: Stuart Gitlin
    Lead Guitar: Terry Clements
    Co-ordinator Production: Vicki Fortson
    Writer: Gordon Lightfoot
    Arranger: Nick DeCaro

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Gordon Lightfoot - Early Morning Rain

    3:19

    The song Early Morning Rain by Gordon Lightfoot, off of his Gord's Gold album.

  • Gordon Lightfoot - Beautiful

    3:12

    1979 - Soundstage. Aragon Ballroom. Chicago, IL. Gordon Lightfoot: (vocal, guitar); Terry Clements (1947-2011, guitar); Pee Wee Charles (steel guitar); Rick Haynes (bass); and Barry Keane (drums). Song written by Gordon Lightfoot. Please support Gordon's music; for tour info, news, merchandise & more, visit For more music: &

  • Gordon Lightfoot - Early Morning Rain

    3:14

    This much covered classic was written and first recorded by Gordon Lightfoot in 1964, but not released till 1966. This is Gordon's 1975 re-recording - the original, and still the best.

  • Pussywillows, Cat-Tails

    2:51

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Pussywillows, Cat-Tails · Gordon Lightfoot

    Did She Mention My Name

    ℗ A Capitol Records Release; ℗ 1968 Capitol Records, LLC

    Released on: 1968-01-01

    Producer: John Simon
    Composer Lyricist: Gordon Lightfoot

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Canadian Railroad Trilogy

    7:06

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    Canadian Railroad Trilogy · Gordon Lightfoot

    Gord's Gold

    ℗ 1967 Beat Goes On Records 1975 Reprise Records

    Vocals: Gordon Lightfoot
    Composer: Gordon Lightfoot

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  • Cotton Jenny

    3:25

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    Cotton Jenny · Gordon Lightfoot

    Gord's Gold

    ℗ 1994 Warner Records Inc.

    Acoustic Guitar: Gordon Lightfoot
    Vocals: Gordon Lightfoot
    Writer: Gordon Lightfoot

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • The Last Time I Saw Her

    5:13

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    The Last Time I Saw Her · Gordon Lightfoot

    Did She Mention My Name

    ℗ A Capitol Records Release; ℗ 1968 Capitol Records, LLC

    Released on: 1968-01-01

    Producer: John Simon
    Composer: Gordon Lightfoot

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Summertime Dream

    2:28

    Provided to YouTube by Rhino/Warner Records

    Summertime Dream · Gordon Lightfoot

    Summertime Dream

    ℗ 1976 Reprise Records, a division of Warner Records Inc.

    Writer: Gordon Lightfoot

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Gordon Lightfoot - Sundown

    3:37

    You're listening to the official audio for Gordon Lightfoot - Sundown from his album of the same name. Sundown was Lightfoot's only single to reach No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 (1974).

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  • Rainy Day People

    2:49

    Provided to YouTube by Warner Records

    Rainy Day People · Gordon Lightfoot

    Cold On The Shoulder

    ℗ 1994 Reprise Records

    Guitar, Piano, Vocals: Gordon Lightfoot
    Band Member: Jack Zaza
    Vocals: Jackie Ward Singers
    Drums: Jim Gordon
    Bass: John Stockfish
    Producer: Lenny Waronker
    Percussion: Milt Holland
    Accordion: Nick DeCaro
    Pedal Steel Guitar: Pee Wee Charles
    Guitar: Red Shea
    Bass: Richard Haynes
    Guitar: Terry Clements
    Writer: Gordon Lightfoot

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Carefree Highway

    3:44

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    Carefree Highway · Gordon Lightfoot

    Gord's Gold

    ℗ 1987 Warner Records Inc.

    Performance, Vocals: Gordon Lightfoot
    Writer: Gordon Lightfoot

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  • Carefree Highway

    3:43

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    Carefree Highway · Gordon Lightfoot

    Sundown

    ℗ 1974 Reprise Records.

    Writer: Gordon Lightfoot

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  • Gordon Lightfoot - Wreck Of The Edmund Fitzgerald

    5:58

    You're listening to the official audio for Gordon Lightfoot - Wreck Of The Edmund Fitzgerald from the album 'Summertime Dream'. Lightfoot wrote Wreck Of The Edmund Fitzgerald to commemorate the 29 lives lost in the sinking of the ore carrier SS Edmund Fitzgerald in Lake Superior on November 10, 1975.

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  • Gordon Lightfoot - Sundown GQ/HD

    3:39

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  • Gordon Lightfoot - Song For A Winters Night

    3:50

    Song for a Winter's Night is a song written by Gordon Lightfoot, and first recorded for his 1967 album, The Way I Feel. Lightfoot actually recorded two versions of the song; the second appears on the 1975 album Gord's Gold, a greatest hits compilation on which other re-recordings also appeared.

  • Sundown

    3:34

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    Sundown · Gordon Lightfoot

    Sundown

    ℗ 1974 Reprise Records.

    Writer: Gordon Lightfoot

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  • Beautiful

    3:23

    Provided to YouTube by Rhino/Warner Records

    Beautiful · Gordon Lightfoot

    Gord's Gold

    ℗ 1994 Reprise Records

    Acoustic Guitar: Gordon Lightfoot
    Engineer, Masterer: Lee Herschberg
    Producer: Lenny Waronker
    Classical Guitar: Red Shea
    Acoustic Guitar: Red Shea
    Hi-string Guitar: Red Shea
    Bass: Ricky Haynes
    Acoustic Guitar: Terry Clements
    Writer: Gordon Lightfoot

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  • Gordon Lightfoot - If You Could Read My Mind

    3:45

  • The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald - Gordon Lightfoot

    6:40

    Haven't seen too many videos with a good quality version of this song, so I thought I'd put together a video with lyrics. Enjoy!
    Pictures are Copyrighted to their respected owners.
    Video made by me.

    [EDIT]: I apologize for a few of the words being wrong in the video, but I tried my best. I hope you all can enjoy it anyways!

  • GORDON LIGHTFOOT IN CONCERT 1972

    1:4:33

    Gordon Lightfoot

  • Gordon Lightfoot - If You Could Read My Mind

    3:49

    UK hit 1971 peaked at No.30, 9 weeks on chart

    The chart UK position did not reflect how much of a timeless classic this song is!!!

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