Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by EchoStars24, Oct 3, 2017.
yes! it freaked me out back then! too cool for school...
Lookin' Out My Back Door / Long As I Can See The Light
In 1970, In the US - Light is the B side. But I noticed that in the UK , Back Door was the B side.
Both songs are great, but, Fogerty takes it to another level on Long As I Can See The Light
The flipside of "Working My Way Back To You" could've been an A-side in it's own right:
B-Side of "Elenore."
B-side of "I Hear A Symphony"
B-side of "I Can't Let Go"
The Beatles - Rain
Greatest of them all.
Recorded a full year before Phil Ochs' own version. It was the B-side of "Knight In Rusty Armour."
B-side of "Radio Radio." I've always liked it better:
...and You Know My Name (Look Up The Number)
Sorry this looks really greedy but here's my b sides. I very much like single-only tracks.
The Red Krayola
The Story So Far
Your Body Is Hot
You're Gonna Watch Me
McGraw Army Base/Munchen
Teenage Jesus And The Jerks
Less Of Me
Freud In Flop
The Police - Low Life
Sweet Tuesday Morning. The flip of Badfinger - Day After Day.
This is an excellent track and needs to be on Rare Masters 2.
We're just going out for the day, and I spotted this thread and want to think about this one... but the first thing that came to mind is this...
Will go through my 45s later and come up with some more..
Gismo My Way
10 c.c.* - The Wall Street Shuffle
Dan Fogelberg. HEARTS and CRAFTS
Steve Winwood-Don't You Know What The Night Can Do (Instrumental), 1988
B-side of "The Border Song." It should've been included on his 2nd album:
I was gonna put that too...but more for the Jerome’s introduction.
Working Class Hero.
Beatles - Rain
Beatles - I Am the Walrus
Rolling Stones - Play with Fire
Rolling Stones - 2000 Light Years from Home
Pretty Things - Cold Stone
Paul McCartney - The Mess
Alice Cooper - Caught in a Dream
King Crimson - Groon
Sufaris - Wipe Out
Pink Floyd - Julia Dream
Procol Harum - Seem to Have the Blues All the Time
R.E.M. - Fretless
Sex Pistols - Did You No Wrong
Bruce Springsteen - Pink Cadillac
The Sweet - Man From Mecca, New York Connection, Need a Lot of Lovin'
The Zombies - I Love You
Throbbing Gristle - Distant Dreams Pt. 2
Two of my absolute favourite B-Sides are by Kate Bush...
Firstly her version of Lord Of The Reedy River which was the b-side to Sat In Your Lap
...And then, in my opinion, her best song of all. Under The Ivy, which was the b-side of Running Up That Hill.
More later... great thread, and am enjoying checking out or relistening to your suggestions. We had an all b-sides vinyl jam at home last eve thanks to this thread.
B side to Wire's I Am The Fly is Ex Lion Tamer which is a great track.
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