Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by EchoStars24, Oct 3, 2017.
Sparks "Lost And Found"
Queen "A Human Body"
Rare Earth Magic Key (A Side Get Ready)
The Rolling Stones "Everything Is Turning To Gold" which was B-side to "Shattered" in the US. Ron Wood's first actual writing credit with the Stones.
Bob Dylan "Trouble In Mind" which was B-side to "Gotta Serve Somebody" -the most Dire Straits sounding recording from the Slow Train Coming sessions. Includes this great verse -
"Here comes Satan, prince of the power of the air,
He's gonna make you a law unto yourself and build a bird's nest in your hair,
He's gonna deaden your conscience till you worship the work of your own hands,
You'll be serving strangers in a strange and forsaken land".
Queen '39 (A Side You're My Best Friend)
We Sell Soul by The Spades.
Bee Gees I Can't Let You Go (A Side Throw a Penny)
Very underrated album.
Metallica - Breadfan (b-side for Eye of the Beholder, 1988).
Duran Duran-Hold Back The Rain (Remix), 1982 (Save A Prayer)
Front Line Assembly-Angriff (Mindless Faith Remix), 2010-2014
Great pick, jukebox memories.
The Beatles - You Know My Name (Look Up the Number) (Official Audio)
Jim Steinman-Rock & Roll Dreams Come Through, 1981 (The Storm)
Bee Gees I Can't See Nobody (A Side New York Mining Disaster 1941)
A classic song. Should not have been just a B-Side.
I wonder where that YT up was sourced. Sounds terrible
My 1st sounds great
Oh I know lol. Lots of fantastic songs on that album.
Just thought it should have been an A-side.
Oh well, still a classic track.
The Reasons Why - "Don't Be That Way" from Temple, TX (1966)
(B-side of a slow pop ballad entitled "Melinda")
Agreed, great track and album!
Depeche Mode (really just Martin) covering
Most of McCartney's singles had B-sides not (initially) available anywhere else. "I Lie Around" flip of Live and Let Die is a good example. Also flip of My Love was "The Mess" another good track.
Same with Elton John.
I Go Crazy, A Human Body
Tux On, Freaks, Cinderella Search, Circular Ride, Say The Word, How Can It Hurt...
King Of Twilight, Rainbow's Gold
Vultures In The City
All of them!
Jasper Carrott - Magic Roundabout (Funky Moped)
The Beatles - I am the Walrus (Hello Goodbye)
Genesis - Twilight Alehouse (I know what I like (in your wardrobe))
Sparks - Lost and Found (Amateur Hour)
The Jam - Butterfly Collector (Strange Town)
Oasis - Acquiesce (Some Might Say Say)
The Clash - Armagideon Time (London Calling)
The Stone Roses - Mersey Paradise (She bangs the Drum)
The Beach Boys - God Only Knows (Wouldn't it be nice)
Depeche Mode - Dangerous, My Joy, Surrender, Painkiller (Instrumental), Headstar (Instrumental)
Queen - Hang On In There, Stealin', Hijack My Heart, My Life Has Been Saved (1989 Version), Lost Opportunity
U2 - Silver & Gold, Hallelujah Here She Comes, The Lady With The Spinning Head, Holy Joe, Soon (Although it was on both sides of a limited 7" single included in one of their live releases.)
Bee Gees - Every Christian Lion Hearted Man Will Show You (the A side is Holiday)
Love that song! Love both songs lol.
Daytime Nighttime Suffering (Paul McCartney) B side of Goodnight Tonight
Miss O'Dell (George Harrison) B side of Give Me Lve
Who Has Seen The Wind (Yoko Ono)-B side of John Lennon's Instant Karma
Early 1970 (Ringo Starr) B side of It Don't Come Easy
Every Oasis b side from 1994 to 2002
Separate names with a comma.