45s and Other Revolutions: A-Sides beginning with the letter P.

May 3rd, 2019

1 hr 7 mins 47 secs

Season 4

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Dick and Libby Halleman and their High Society Orchestra [00:19]
a side: "Pizza Sure Is Good"
b side: "Geococcyx Californianus"
Summit Records SR-189-12 1963(?)
It sure is.

Olivia Newton-John [04:42]
a side: "Please Mr. Please"
b side: "And in the Morning"
MCA Records MCA-40418 1975
A fine mellow 70s country song sung by an Australian and penned by two Brits: Bruce Welch and John Rostill of The Shadows. Go figure. Reached #3 on the Hot 100 and #5 on the Country charts.


Dim Stars [13:36]
disc 1, a side: "The Plug/Dim Star"
disc 1, b side: "Christian Rat Attack"
disc 2, a side: "You Gotta Lose (Pt. 1)"
disc 2, b side: "You Gotta Lose (Pt. 2)"
disc 3, a side: "You Gotta Lose (Pt. 3)"
disc 3, b side: "You Gotta Lose (Pt. 4)"
Ecstatic Peace! E# 11 1991
A downtown NY super group of sorts featuring Richard Hell, Steve Shelley, Thurston Moore and Don Fleming.


Sonny and Cher [44:32]
a side: "Podunk"
b side: "A Beautiful Story"
ATCO Records 45-6480 1967
Well, the b-side isn't so bad.

M [50:19]
a side: "Pop Muzik"
b side: "M Factor"
Razor & Tie 1979
aka Robin Scott. This song was pretty inescapable in late 1979 and into 1980, when it made it all the way to #1 on the Hot 100.

The Monkees [57:45]
a side: "Porpoise Song"
b side: "As We Go Along"
Colgems 66-1031 1968
From the BBS motion picture "Head".


Muisc behind the DJ: "Gomez" by Vic Mizzy

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