Golden Days Before They End

Matt Suggs

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MRG177 | Release Date June 6, 2000

Track/Song Title Duration Price MP3 Track
Play Skeleton Blues In B Flat Minor 04:23 $0.99 Buy
Play Soon The Moon Will Glow 03:25 $0.99 Buy
Play Eloise 01:59 $0.99 Buy
Play Where's Your Patience, Dear? 02:28 $0.99 Buy
Play The Rambler Vs. The Vulture / Devils Dance 02:30 $0.99 Buy
Play Harold Had a Hunch 02:12 $0.99 Buy
Play She Kept Time to the Teardrops 04:12 $0.99 Buy
Play Farewell to a Tightrope Queen 02:28 $0.99 Buy
Play Western Zephyr 01:45 $0.99 Buy
Play Rambler's Ride 02:35 $0.99 Buy
Play Walk With Him 01:03 $0.99 Buy
Play Kisses 02:41 $0.99 Buy

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What is the difference between MP3 and FLAC files?

Merge offers the highest quality MP3s possible. They are encoded without DRM using the LAME version 3.97 encoder at non-variable rate of 320 kbps. At this quality level, the sound is essentially indistinguishable from a CD.

We also offer FLAC digital music files. FLAC stands for Free Lossless Audio Codec, an uncompressed audio format. As such, FLAC files provide a perfect digital copy of a given piece of music.

MP3s eliminate audio data in order to reduce file size. FLAC files are by definition 'lossless' and are a perfect digital copy of the original source material. Because of this, a FLAC audio file is much larger in size than an MP3 file. While FLAC audio is ideal if you listen to your music on a higher-end home stereo, or enjoy close-listening on headphones, it does not have as widespread playback support as the MP3 format.

*Note: FLAC files do not work in iTunes.