No triplicates - No IPod. But I'm getting one from work for my service anniversary. - three days before I get laid off. But I'll have a new toy to play with and lots of time to play.
Ouch! Small consolation that is!
I don't have an iPod either, but iTunes works on the PC (even Windows), so my library is virtually all CDs I've loaded into it.
I have at least one quadruplicate: "Aquarela do Brasil" in various versions by Gal Costa, Joao Gilberto, Rosa Passos and Francisco Alves, and that's not counting an English version, "Brazil" by Frank Sinatra, that I play often on a jukebox.
Detectives Beyond Borders
"Because Murder Is More Fun Away From Home"
No triplicates; but I do have one duplicate. It's a doozy, too, it's Verdi's Requiem, which we're currently rehearsing. Our director recommended the Gerghiev recording because Gerghiev is an opera conductor, but poking around iTunes I found the 1960-something recording conducted by Sir Georg Solti, with Sutherland, Horne, Pavarotti, and Talvela, and I could NOT pass up that version, so I bought them both. I was right, too - the solo work in the Gerghiev version isn't anywhere near the earlier recording, even if the soprano is Andrea Boccelli.