Entries Beginning with C
"Calling Occupants of Interplanetary Craft," Klaatu
"Calling Occupants of Interplanetary Craft" is track #1 on the album, "3:47 EST" (1976). It reaching #62 on Billboard's Pop Chart.
"Can't Find My Way," Hardline
Not a hit single but best known for its long melodic coda.
Captain Jack Sparrow was played by Johnny Depp in "The Pirates of the Caribbean" movies. And another thing, my father said to me that Captain Jack is gonna get you by tonight.
New Zealand artist's longest song.
One of my most favorite songs and albums, I love it so much that I've never actually noticed how long it actually is....real good
"Celebrated Walkin' Blues," Taj Mahal
From his self-titled 1968 album
Todd W. Zimmerman
"Celebration of the Lizard," The Doors
The song was available on the "Legacy" album. And there's another thing about this song..."Is everybody in...Is everybody in...Is everybody in...? Well, the ceremony is about to begin............[shouts] Wake up!!!!!!"
"Celestial Deconstruction," 1349
"Cemetery Gates," Pantera
Melodic band's longest song. Featured on their studio album, "Time to Burn".
"Champagne Supernova," Oasis
Quite a bit of length to this one.
"Changes" is another track from Yes' album, "90125" that received a lot of airplay at Rock radio stations back in 1983 - 84 and became a hit on the Billboard Rock Charts of the time.
"Check and Hiccup," Book Oven Lenght:240 minutes (6 hours)
"The Cinema Show," Genesis
Johnny (something) used to work afterschool at the cinema show.
Rather emotional song. Ends his first Best Of compilation.
"Close to the Edge," Yes
Track one off of "Close to the Edge" CD
"The Colony of Slippermen (Arrival - A Visit to the," Genesis
Off of 1974's "The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway"
Phil wrote this song about apartheid. It changes pace in the middle. Not a bad song.
The longest song on "Use Your Illusion I".
The title track from Walsh's album of the same title.
It begins with his daughter talking, then a brief instrumental interlude and then the song starts.
"Cool Change" is track #4 on the album, "First Under the Wire" (1979). It reaching #10 on Billboard's Pop Chart, making them one of their biggest hit singles.
"Copacabana (At the Copa)" is track #1 on the album, "Even Now" (1978). It reaching #8 on Billboard's Pop Chart, making him one of his biggest hit single. The song, "Can't Smile Without You", is also featured on "Even Now".
The fifth and final track taken from the "In The Court of the Crimson King" album, did not chart in the U.S.
"Crash into Me" is track #3 on the album, "Crash" (1996). It reaching #19 on Billboard's Pop Airplay Chart. Although this song previously banned at that time after this song released as a single, it remains their biggest hit single and even the album, "Crash", remains their best-selling album.
"The Creator Has a Master Plan," Pharoah Sanders Lenght:32:46
Third track off of 1974's "Mysterious Traveller" LP
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