There is still a demand for 45s. You may find them in antique juke boxes, homes of people who have antique 45 RPM players, people who are collectors of 45s, etc. In this discussion, please start off by giving at least one example of a 45 that you would create. It could be of 2 songs or an extended play. You may create a 45 using the same or different artists on each side. You may even use different genres on each side. Here are a couple of examples:
Record #1, A side: CCR - Ramble Tamble, B side: CCR - Bootleg.
Record #2, A side: Harry Belafonte - In That Great Gettin' Up Mornin'. B side: Buddy Holly - Early in the Morning.
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