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Initial post: Aug 7, 2012 9:22:02 AM PDT
For the older crowd : Best/favorite flip(B) side of a 45.

Posted on Aug 7, 2012 9:27:41 AM PDT
Last edited by the author on Aug 7, 2012 9:32:47 AM PDT
Baby You're A Rich Man
I Am the Walrus
Revolution
Old Brown Shoe
Come Together
You Can't Always Get What You Want
Born On The Bayou
Travellin Band

Posted on Aug 7, 2012 9:39:08 AM PDT
Randy says:
"Roland The Headless Thompson Gunner," B-side of "Werewolves Of London."

Posted on Aug 7, 2012 10:08:31 AM PDT
Dogs pt 2, b side of 'Pinball Wizard". Or "I saw her Standing There" b-side of Elton John's "Philiadelphia Freedom".

In reply to an earlier post on Aug 7, 2012 10:15:16 AM PDT
Silver Springs - Fleetwood Mac
Erotic City & 17 Days - Prince

Posted on Aug 7, 2012 10:28:34 AM PDT
vivazappa says:
Revolution

Posted on Aug 7, 2012 10:41:57 AM PDT
tmoore says:
Reflections From the Looking Glass - 1910 Fruitgum Company (B side of Simon Says). I know it sounds corny, but it's actually a pretty good song.

The Boat That I Row - Lulu (B side of To Sir With Love).

Mississippi Delta - Bobbie Gentry (B side of Ode to Billie Joe). I think Mississippi Delta was supposed to be the A side.

My votes for best title ever -
The Birdman of Alkatrash - Strawberry Alarm Clock (B side of Insence and Peppermints) - followed closely by
Ah-Ah, Yawa Em Ekat Ot Gnimoc Er'yeht - Napoleon XIV (B side of They're Coming to Take Me Away, Ha-Ha)

Posted on Aug 7, 2012 12:07:53 PM PDT
vivazappa says:
0 for 2 on Revolution...come on man!

In reply to an earlier post on Aug 7, 2012 12:10:25 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on Aug 7, 2012 12:11:03 PM PDT
I actually have the 1910 Fruitgum company-Refections... 45 that was one of the first records I bought.

The inner Light B-Side of Lady Madonna

Pretty Trippy.

Posted on Aug 7, 2012 1:57:57 PM PDT
S. Rice says:
The Smiths - "Jeane" B-Side of "This Charming Man"
New Order - "Everything's Gone Green" B-side of Procession
Hüsker Dü - "Love Is All Around" B-side of "Makes No Sense at All"
Mudhoney - "Sweet Young Thing Ain't Sweet No More" B-side of "Touch Me I'm Sick"
The Normal - "Warm Leatherette" B-side of "T.V.O.D."

In reply to an earlier post on Aug 7, 2012 2:31:24 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on Aug 7, 2012 2:35:06 PM PDT
SWLABR (She Was Like A Bearded Rainbow) - Cream (Sunshine Of Your Love)
Jihad - Killing Joke (America)
Long Way Home - Soul Asylum (Tied To The Tracks)
Boom - Bush Tetras (Das Ah Riot)
Anthrax - Gang Of 4 (Damaged Goods)
Misty Mountain Hop - Led Zeppelin (Black Dog)

Posted on Aug 7, 2012 2:33:37 PM PDT
The Beach Boys - God Only Knows, Don't Worry Baby, Warmth of the Sun, Please Let Me Wonder, Kiss Me Baby, and Here Today
The Beatles - I Am the Walrus, I'll Get You, I'm Down, and Revolution
Bruce Springsteen - Pink Cadillac and Shut Out the Light
The Byrds - She Don't Care About Time and Why
The Clash - Armagideon Time, City of the Dead, The Prisoner and 1-2 Crush on You
Creedence Clearwater Revival - Born on the Bayou
Elton John - Skyline Pigeon
Elvis Costello - Big Tears and Tiny Steps
Fleetwood Mac - Silver Springs
The Jam - The Butterfly Collector and Liza Radley
The Kinks - This Man He Weeps Tonight, Mindless Child of Motherhood, Big Black Smoke, I Need You, Where Have All the Good Times Gone, and I'm Not Like Everybody Else
Led Zeppelin - Living Loving Maid (She's Just a Woman)
The Mamas & The Papas - Got a Feelin'
Mott the Hoople - Rest in Peace
Paul McCartney - Too Many People
Raspberries - Hard to Get over a Heartbreak
Rod Stewart - Mandolin Wind
The Rolling Stones - All Down the Line, Play with Fire, and Bitch
Simon & Garfunkel - April Come She Will and Old Friends/Bookends
Yes - Long Distance Runaround

Posted on Aug 7, 2012 3:42:37 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on Aug 7, 2012 3:45:42 PM PDT
TJ says:
The Champs..Train to Nowhere which is the b side to Tequila..both songs are great!
Donovan....Why Do You treat Me Like You Do, b side to Catch The Wind
Beatles....There's A Place b side to Twist and Shout
Carole King....Smackwater Jack b side to So Far Away
Mass Production.....With Pleasure( a really nice song) b side to Firecracker
The El Dorados....What's Buggin' You Baby( I really like this one might be my favorite of all) b side to Little Girl of Mine
Seatrain..Oh My Love Sally Goodin' b side to 13 Questions
The Crusaders....Mosadi b side to Put It where You Want It
Three Dog Night.....Rock & Roll Widow b side to Mama Told Me Not To Come

Posted on Aug 7, 2012 3:58:44 PM PDT
Severin says:
The Beatles - 'Rain' - B-side to 'Paperback Writer'

Posted on Aug 7, 2012 4:34:55 PM PDT
Music Luver says:
Gotta Get Away, Sad Day - Stones

"Someone woke me up this morning, and I lit a cigarette.."

Posted on Aug 7, 2012 4:44:16 PM PDT
Weirwolfe says:
I Feel Much Better . Bside of Tin Soldier , The Small Faces.

Posted on Aug 7, 2012 6:41:57 PM PDT
Multi-way toss-up:

Swinging Erudites: Into Leather
(an utterly hilarious parody of "Like The Weather")

Genesis: Second Home By The Sea

Thomas Dolby: One Of Our Submarines

Human League: Non-Stop

In reply to an earlier post on Aug 7, 2012 7:19:36 PM PDT
SATURN2 says:
vivazappa:Revolution's a GREAT choice-The Beatles Punk Manifesto 1968-I played it 10 times for every 1 time I played Hey Jude-Rain on the flip-side of Paperback Writer makes for the Best Single Ever in my book,though-

Posted on Aug 7, 2012 7:28:55 PM PDT
7 & 7 IS says:
Curtis Mayfield-"Right On For The Darkness"

Posted on Aug 7, 2012 7:30:50 PM PDT
Hey, Hey What Can I Do - Zep

Burning Ambition - Maiden

Harold And Joe - Cure

Posted on Aug 7, 2012 7:41:07 PM PDT
mac says:
"Since You're Gone" on the flip side of "Shake It Up" ~ The Cars

Posted on Aug 7, 2012 8:26:37 PM PDT
"Far Post", the non-LP b-side of Robert Plant's "Big Log" single. Great, great song.

"Polly", the b-side to the Kinks' 1968 single "Wonderboy". In fact, I could probably list most of the Kinks' b-sides between 1966 and 1970 here.

And an obscure one, but one of my favorites -- the b-side of Dutch band Earth and Fire's 1971 single "Invitation" was a 4 minute re-recorded, condensed, more powerful arrangement of the 18 minute title track of their 2nd album, "Song of the Marching Children".

Posted on Aug 7, 2012 8:36:01 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on Aug 7, 2012 8:39:00 PM PDT
"Without You" - Manfred Mann
B side to " 5-4-3-2-1"

Numerous DC5 B sides:
Forget
Good Time Woman
Move On
I Need Love

All For My self - Them, B side to "Here Comes the Night".

Don't care if no one's ever heard any of them, they're great! You don't know what you're missing!

Posted on Aug 7, 2012 8:50:27 PM PDT
Music Luver says:
One of my favorites: Dandelion by the Rolling Stones - it was a B side in the UK, but in the US the single had it as the A side.

Posted on Aug 8, 2012 4:57:57 AM PDT
Grandpa Tom says:
Baby You're A Rich Man-Beatles
I Should've Known Better-Beatles
Eleanor Rigby-Beatles
Rain-Beatles
Revolution-Beatles
Something-Beatles
Words-Monkees
Overture from Tommy-Who
I Don't Even Know Myself-Who
Child of the Moon-Stones
You Can't Always...-Stones
2000 Light Years From Home-Stones
Stupid Girl-Stones
I'm Free-Stones
The Under Assistant West Coast Promotion Man-Stones
Early 1970-Ringo
Sookie, Sookie-Steppenwolf
Sugar Mountain-Neil Young

Doubtless there are others. Off to work...

GT
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