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    Willy DeVille, I call your name, 1987, Polydor Germany, 887 063-1

    Flip side of 12" maxi single "Miracle". "I call your name": what a wonderful love song. Perfect. Listen loud!
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    Jay Boys, Young gifted and black, Vers.2, 1970

    Instrumental version of Bob Andy & Marcia Griffiths' 1970 hit. Try to sing karaoke to this reggae like Nina Simone did! The lyrics are here:...
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    Oleta Adams, I've got to sing my song (live), 1990

    Flip side of "Get here". Goosebumps. This song HAS to be sung by Oleta live!
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    Kinks, Berkeley Mews, 1970, flip side of Lola

    What great song! "You made me drink a toast
    And when you finished I was looking at the ceiling"
    Hey, i'm a Kinks fan since 50 years!!!!
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    The Who, 5.15/Water, Track France, 2094 115

    http://www.audioheritage.org/vbulletin/showthread.php?2724-What-s-Playing-Now&p=407413&viewfull=1#post407413
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    Bruce Dickinson, Darkness be my friend, 1990, EMI EU, 20 3918 7

    Flip side of "All the young dudes". Simple and pure with unsuspected profundity. A very kind tribute to David Bowie.
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    The Mission, Mr. Pleasant, 1990, Mercury Holland, 876 5767

    Well-made version of The Kinks' song on flip side of "Deliverance". Mission possible...
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    Lizzy Mercier Descloux, Love Streams, 1986, Polydor France, 883 6967

    Flip side of "Fog Horn Blues": "A word is a whah" and "Love streams" featuring Chet Baker on trumpet. This is a french kiss, bonjour à tous!
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    Alison Moyet, Baby I Do, 1984, CBS Holland, A 4497

    Simple and pure. "Baby I Do" on flip side of "Love Resurrection". Unforgettable voice. No synties!
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    Rickie Lee Jones, Woody & Dutch on the slow train to Peking, 1984

    Flipside of "The real end": "Woody & Dutch" is so funny, funky and freaky. Do you like it like that?
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    ABC, Overture, 45rpm, 1982, 6059 571

    A stunning little masterpiece on flip side: ABC, Overture (From the lexicon of love). Bravo Trevor Horn!
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    CCR: No throwaway on flip side

    CCR are an unusual exception. They always had a big hit on side A and B. No throwaway tracks IMHO.
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    Rod Stewart, Maggie May, 1971

    One of the most famous flip sides was "Maggie May" in UK and US. In Germany and France, it was on the A-side. The flip side was "Reason to believe".
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    The Champs

    In 1958 Challenge Records released "Train to nowhere" by the Champs. Anybody knows it? The record initially found little success. After a DJ in Cleveland had played the B-side, this record...
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    David Bowie, Cat People, 1983, EMI Germany, 45rpm, 006-86 660

    Remarkable because this newly recorded version is the one with the powerful Stratocaster sounds played by Stevie Ray Vaughan. This version, engineered by Bob Clearmountain, is much more better than...
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    David Bowie, Wild eyed boy from freecloud, 1969, Philips UK, Mono, 45rpm

    Wonderful song. Allegedly the debut of Mick Ronson. The outro is slowed down by superb "Buckmastering". Oh, this boy could sing: 50 years ago...

    Bowie selbst sagt über das Lied: “It was about the...
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    Atlanta Rhythm Section, Everybody gotta go, 1976, Polydor Germany 2066 774, 45rpm

    "Everybody gotta go" is a powerful boogie on flipside of "So in to you", which was a lame duck in Supertramp style.
    But this one is characterized by strong guitars and lyrics: "Take Vitamin C, B12...
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    Demon Thor, The Army (part 2), 1973, United Artists Germany, 35548A

    "The Army" was the second part of the last track on LP "Demon Thor Anno 1972". Very rare 45rpm. This group was a Swiss-German-connection: composer Tommy Fortman plus members of Swiss "Krokodil" and...
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    George Harrison, Lay his head, 1987, Dark Horse Germany, 920 802-0

    "Lay his head" on flip side of the 1987 maxi single with typically fine slide guitar playing by GH. 45rpm!
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    Canned Heat, My time ain't long, 1971, Liberty Germany, 15439

    This is the flipside of the ridiculous waste track "Woooly Bully". "My time ain't long" is a superb forgotten (?) Canned Heat-song, composed by Al Wilson, with a furious guitar outro.
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    Hooters, Lucy in the sky with diamonds, 1987, CBS England 650 9827

    Recorded live October 20th, 1985 at the Tower Theatre, Philadelphia PA.
    This beautiful live version honours the composers.
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    Bobby Helms, Fraulein, 1958

    Near the end of world war II, "Fraulein" was one of the most important words for the GIs in Germany. The word Fräulein was not simple to pronounce in English because of the "ä". Today the word...
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    George Harisson, Apple Scruffs, 1970, Apple France, C006-04751 M

    This one sounds as if it was recorded while Phil Spector was out for a coffee break...
    The "Apple Scruffs" were the central core of the female Beatles fans who used to stay night and day in front of...
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    Strawbs, Backside, 1973, AM Germany, 12 396 AT

    The Strawbs are "Ciggy Barlust And The Whales from Venus" because
    David Bowie didn't want to be "Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars" any longer. The last show in Hammersmith Odeon, London, was...
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    Bangles, Watching the sky, 1988, CBS Holland, 655313 7

    Debbi Peterson watching a big fat Zeppelin in the sky. The most heavy orientally influenced rock track by the Bangles. Schön!
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