Artie Shaw and his Gramercy Five [00:48]
a side: "When the Quail Come Back to San Quentin"
b side: "Tenderly"
Clef Records EP-242 1955
There certainly are lots of quail in the Bay Area, surely there must be some near San Quentin?
Planning for Burial a side: "When We Were Ghosts" [11:34]
Mother Room b side: "Arise" [16:01]
The Native Sound Records NATIVE010 2015
Planning for Burial is a great live act if you have the chance to catch him.
Linda Ronstadt [23:43]
a side: "When Will I Be Loved"
b side: "It Doesn't Matter Anymore"
Capitol Records 4050 1974
A mighty fine Phil Everly a-side and a mighty fine Buddy Holly b-side.
The Supremes [29:22]
a side: "Where Did Our Love Go?"
b side: "He Means the World to Me"
Motown Records M-1060 1964
Our love is right here! On Vinyl-O-Matic of course.
The Damned [34:22]
a side: "White Rabbit"
b side: "Rabid (Over You)/Seagulls"
Big Beat Records NS-85 1980 (1985 RE)
Take that, hippies.
Whitey on the Moon UK [43:58]
a side: "Whitey on the Moon/Dinner for Two"
b side: "(in which)/Mo' Tussin"
isota records sody004 2002
For some reason, I am reminded of Kermit and Miss Piggy's dinner in The Muppet Movie with Steve Martin as their hapless waiter.
Men at Work [55:50]
a side: "Who Can It Be Now?"
b side: "Anyone for Tennis?"
Columbia Records 18-02888 1981
Why it's a hit record, that's who it is now.
Don Gibson [01:02:14]
a side: "Who Cares"
b side: "A Stranger to Me"
RCA Victor 47-7437 1958
Hit number 3 on the Country charts.
Music behind the DJ: "The Four Seasons: Spring (Vivaldi)" by The New Koto Ensemble of Tokyo.