a side: "Generals and Majors (Stereo)"
b side: "Generals and Majors" (Mono)
Virgin RSO Records VR 300 1980
So nice I had to play it twice, or as the great Stashu says, "Jeszcze raz!". Also the video is pretty cute.
Huey "Piano" Smith and his Clowns
a side: "Genevieve"
b side: "Would You Believe It (I've Got a Cold)"
Ace Records S-310/S-311 1959
Maybe I have been drinking tequila all day.
Low Flying Owls
a side: "Georgie Shot Johnnie"
b side: "Silhouettes of Furs"
Isota Records sody009 2003
One of the great items I got through the Isota Records Singles Club.
a side: "Gezundheit"
b side: "Let the Wires Ring"
Hausmuzik HM-012 1995
The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion
a side: "Ghetto Mom"
b side: "Do Ya Wanna Get It"
In the Red Records ITR 088 2002
a side: "Give Me the Night"
b side: "Dinorah, Dinorah"
Warner Bros Records W17653
Produced by Quincy Jones no less. Oddly, one of my favorite songs when I was 12.
a side: Them "Gloria" 1964
b side: Marianne Faithfull"As Tears Go By" 1964
For the faithful jukebox owner.
a side: "Gold Soundz/Kneeling Bus"
b side: "Strings of Nashville/Exit Theory (Edit)"
Matador Records OLE-101-7 1994
Beautiful translucent red vinyl, featuring the classic Crooked Rain track, plus the equally beautiful "Strings of Nashville".
Music behind the DJ: "Hey, Mr. Tambourine Man" by The Gene Norman Group