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


May 10th, 2019

1 hr 2 mins 56 secs

Season 4

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Lou Reed [00:26]
a side: "The Power of Positive Drinking (stereo)"
b side: "The Power of Positive Drinking (mono)"
Arista Records AS 0535 1980
Please drink responsibly. From his 1980 album "Growing Up in Public". Sadly this single failed to chart.

Marvin Gaye [04:55]
a side: "Praise"
b side: "Funk Me"
TAMLA T 54322F 1981
Disco gospel, it's a thing!. Made it to number 18 on the Hot Soul charts.

Tandoori Knights [14:59]
a side: "Pretty Please"
b side: "Bucketful"
Norton Records 45-154 2010
Best. Flipside. Ever. Mssrs. King Khan and Bloodshot Bill.

The Fall [21:29]
disc 1, a side: "(We Wish You) A Protein Christmas"
disc 1, b side: "(We Are) Mod Mock Goth"
c side: "(Birtwistle's) Girl in Shop"
d side: "Recovery Kit 2 #"
Action Records TAKE 22 2003
Merry-uh Christmas-uh.

Sonic Youth [38:58]
a side: "Providence (stereo)"
b side: "Providence (mono)"
Blast First Records BFFP 48 1989
Thurston on piano, Mike Watt on the answering machine, and an overdriven Peavey Roadmaster.

Skin Yard a side: "Psychoriflepowerhypnotized (live)" [44:22]
Loveslug b side: "Loser Bar" [47:23]
Rave Records RAVE022 1991
Skinyard live on good ol' KDVS. And Loveslug.

Count Five [51:56]
a side: "Psychotic Reaction"
b side: "They're Gonna Get You"
Double Shot Records 104 1966

Positively Thirteen O'Clock [57:31]
a side: "Psychotic Reaction"
b side: "13 O'Clock Theme for Psychotics"
Hanna-Barbera Records HBR-500 1966
Yes you read that right. Hannah-Barbera Records.

Music behind the DJ: "I'm a Believer" by Arthur Greensdale and his Orchestra

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