45s and Other Revolutions: A-Sides beginning with the letter N, and some that begin with the letter O.

April 12th, 2019

58 mins 15 secs

Season 4

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Smashing Orange [00:27]
a side: "Not Very Much to See"
b side: "Collide"
Ringers Lactate RL03 1991
Some fine Loop-esque shoegaze grunge from Delaware's own Smashing Orange. Caught them at The Marquee in New York on a bill with Primus and The Fluid.

George Jones and the Jones Boys [06:54]
a side: "Not What I Had in Mind"
b side: "I Saw Me"
United Artists UA528 1963
Reached number 7 on the Country charts.


The Rubinoos [13:21]
a side: "Nothing a Little Love Won't Cure (stereo)"
b side: "Nothing a Little Love Won't Cure (mono)"
Berserkley Records ZS8-5810 1977
Power pop from the People's Republic of Berkeley.

Guns N' Roses [18:40]
a side: "November Rain"
b side: "Sweet Child o' Mine"
Geffen Records GEFS7-19067 1991
Is "November Rain" really just "Candle in the Wind" disguised as a power ballad? Inquiring minds want to know!


Sir Douglas Quintet [34:38]
a side: "Nuevo Laredo (mono)"
b side: "Nuevo Laredo (mono)"
Smash Records S-2259 1970
Some mighty fine Tex-Mex from the man who loves to sing about municipalities.

The Shadows of the Knight [37:17]
a side: "Oh Yeah"
b side: "Light Bulb Blues"
Dunwich Records DN-10155 1966
Sure the a-side is a garage rock classic, but dang that b-side is blistering.


Palace Brothers [43:27]
a side: "Ohio River Boat Song"
b side: "Drinking Woman"
Drag City Records DC25 1993
The first stirrings of His Bonnieness from Louisville.

The Blank Tapes [50:19]
a side: "1000 Leather Tassels"
b side: "Mr. Mister"
Volcom Ent. Vinyl Club VEVC0037 2014
Some fine jangle pop form Matt Adams and Pearl Charles.


Music behind the DJ: "Gomez" by Vic Mizzy.

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