Vinyl-O-Matic Season 4, Episode 11 | 45s and Other Revolutions: A-Sides beginning with the letter C, Part 3

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Vinyl-O-Matic Season 4, Episode 11

45s and Other Revolutions: A-Sides beginning with C, Part 3


Shirley Ellis
a: The Clapping Song(Clap Pat Clap Slap)
b: This Is Beautiful
Congress CG-234 (1965)
Perhaps some of you are familiar with Tom Waits referencing this song.

Sissy Spacek
a: Coal Miner’s Daughter
b: I'm a Honky Tonk Girl
MCA Records MCA-41221 (1980)
It's a pretty great film if you haven't already seen it.


Redbone
a: Come and Get Your Love
b: Day to Day Life
Epic Records 5-11035 (1973)
Now that's how you intro a song.

Palace
a: Come In
b: Trudy Dies
Drag City Records DC37 (1993)

Full disclosure: I used to be a Palace completist. Anyway there's a great weird video for "Come In".


The Fireballs
a: Come On React
b: Help Me
ATCO Records 45-6614 (1968)
Yeah, it's the sugar shack guys.

Ritchie Valens
a: Come On Let’s Go
b: Framed
DEL FI 4106 (1958)
Great song, made even better by Los Lobos in the Ritchie Valens biopic "La Bamba".


Lee Dorsey
a: Confusion
b: Neighbor’s Daughter
AMY Records AMY 952 (1966)
Hey, did you know there's an Allen Toussaint documentary?

Afghan Whigs
a: Conjure Me
b: My World Is Empty without You
Sub Pop Records SP142 (1992)
Hey, what if I sing at the camera with a naked lady on my lap? That's cool, right?


Music Behind the DJ: “Lillian Lust” by The Dudley Moore Trio (1967).

Cover image: Chris Pratt as Star Lard in Guardians of the Galaxy (Gunn, 2014).


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