Vinyl-O-Matic Season 4, Episode 4
45s and Other Revolutions: A-Sides beginning with B
a: "Back on the Chain Gang"
b: "My City Was Gone"
Sire Records 7-29840
Dang, another all killer no filler 45.
Sir Douglas Quintet
a: "Bacon Fat"
b: "The Rains Came"
Tribe Records 45-8314
What can I say? I love Sir Douglas Quinter, and I love songs about food. Win-Win.
a: "Bad Case of Loving You (Doctor, Doctor)"
b: "Love Can Run Faster"
Island Records IS 49016
A fairly ubiquitous track in the glory days of AM Rock. Also, not to be confused with the UFO single "Doctor Doctor".
a: "Bad Conditions"
b: "The Truth"
Lloyd Price's Turn Table TT 506
Yeah. High quality R&B.
a: "Bang Bang"
b: "My Day Will Come"
Imperial Records 66160
I'm not sure what it means now that I know Sonny wrote that for Cher.
a: "Be Someone's Horse"
Rah Rah Records EEE001
Pretty rad. Even radder if you catch Death Cheetah live.
Patti Smith Group
a: "Because the Night"
b: "God Speed"
Arista Records AS 0318
One person's pass is another persons go.
Duane Eddy & the Rebels
a: "Because They're Young"
b: "Rebel Walk"
Jamie DE 22
More hot stuff from Duane and Lee Hazelwood.
Music Behind the DJ: “Audrey's Dance” by Angelo Badalamenti.
Cover image: Cher in studio circa 1966 for obvious reasons.
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