I have been a huge country music fan for 13 years now. I have been adding a lot of artists in my country music collection.

The artist I'm working to add in my country music collection is Alan Jackson. Now, I only buy Compilation albums and CD singles if there is a remix version, radio version or a brand new recording.

I came across a German release CD single version of his 1992 chart topper Chattahoochee. Now, I know the difference between the Extended Mix (3:56) that is featured on his 1st Compilation Album The Greatest Hits Collection and the Extended Remix (4:06) that is featured on his 4th Album Who I Am on the International version only as a bonus track.

Is there a slight difference on this German single remix (Instrumentation, Vocals etc.) cause the running time says 3:06. I am asking because I thought about buying it.

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    Hi CountryBoy94. Your question is somewhat unclear. Are you referring to three different recordings of the song or just two?
    – Aaron
    Oct 5 '20 at 23:51
  • Well specifically I'm referring to 2 different recordings saying i know what the difference is between the Extended Mix & Extended Remix of Chattahoochee. The 4:06 version is the music video version while the extended mix has no motorboat Oct 11 '20 at 7:38
  • The remix version is slightly different but i don't know what is so different about the one from the Germany CD Single Oct 11 '20 at 7:39

The original version of the song comes from the album A Lot About Livin' (And A Little 'Bout Love) (1992), and lasts 2:27.

The remixed song from the German single is surely extended to 3:06 like you said. I couldn't find a link to listen to this version, but be sure you'll have 39 seconds more than the original version.

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    thanks for trying to look for the remix recording. I might buy the Germany Single.Whenever I buy the cd, I'll give an update about what's so different about it. Oct 11 '20 at 7:48

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