As a Cowboy Junkies fan, I could not limit myself to just six. But "Studio, 1986-1995" is a Greatest Hits album of sorts, and MANY of there best songs are on there. Good Luck. Craig
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Most people don't realize that their cover of "Sweet Jane" on "The Trinity Sessions", though good, is a note-for-note copy of the Velvet's version off of "Live with Lou Reed: Volume 1". So, an interesting and novel interpretation of the more familiar studio version found on "Loaded"? I think not. Much better, and much more original off of the same album is my fave, "To Love Is To Bury".
I like most of the Caution Horses, esp. song #1 and 2 Sun comes up .../ Because it's cheap how I feel. Also from the live double CD 200 more miles song #5 in disc 2: Lost my driving wheel.
How nice, Pefstratiou: the first three I'd have mentioned.
Adding the obvious "Horse in the Country," from Brown-Eyed Man, the less obvious live "Hollow as a Bone," from Waltz Across America, and the still less obvious "Leaving Normal," from B-sides. And a seventh for good measure: "Final Feet," from Acoustic Junk.
Probably have more hours listening to CJ than with any other band, though they've not been "in heavy rotation" lately.