Vinyl-O-Matic Season 4, Episode 7
45s and Other Revolutions: A-Sides beginning with B, Part 4
a: "Blue Velvet"
b: "Is There a Place (Where We Can Go)"
Epic Records 5-9614 (1963)
Ms. Rossellini's version of said song.
Thurston Moore/Talk Normal
a: "Boogie X/Hot Date/Boogie Y"
b: "Gold Dime"
Fast Weapon Records (2011)
You're probably wondering what Talk Normal is like live, apart from awesome.
a: "Brass in Pocket (I'm Special)"
b: "Space Invader"
Sire Records (1979)
Ah, my first rock and roll crush.
a: "Break My Mind"
b: "This Thing Called Love"
MGM Records K13797 (1967)
Here's a pretty rad version of this JD Loudermilk song by Linda Ronstadt & Swampwater.
a: "Breakdown/The Pilgrim - Chapter 33"
b: "Loving Her Was Easier (Than Anything I'll Ever Do Again)"
CBS Records (1972)
Cisco Pike AND arthritis!
a: "Breakup Song"
b: "There's That Grin"
Joyful Noise Records (JNR102)
Woo! Plexidisc album.
The Greg Kihn Band
a: "The Breakup Song (stereo)"
b: "The Breakup Song (mono)"
Berserkley Records (1981)
From that very same era.
Music Behind the DJ: “Is Anybody Going to San Antone” by Texas Tornadoes (1991).
Cover image: Kris Kristofferson and Karen Black in Cisco Pike (Norton, 1972).
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