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    Remarkable flip side

    Do you remember any 7" (45rpm singles) or 45rpm maxi singles with remarkable flip sides? Forgotten gems?
    Listen to Booker T Jones' vocals in "Johnny, I love you"! From OST "Uptight".
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    Junior Walker & The All Stars, Roadrunner/Shotgun, 1965, Tamla Motown GB, TMG 691

    Side B: "Shotgun" with three powerful sopran sax solos by Junior Walker.
    James Jamerson on bass.

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    Gun, Race with the devil/Sunshine, 1968, CBS Germany, 3764, multicolored vinyl, 7"

    "Sunshine": this is not The Cream, it's The Gun: fantastic guitar solo by Adrian Gurvitz.
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    Chris Andrews, Yesterday man/Too bad you don't want me, 1965, Vogue D, DV 14429

    Because of the unknown guitar player on the flip side! Jeff Beck on "Too bad you don't want me" in one of his first studio sessions in 1964.
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    Bachmann Turner Overdrive, Free Wheelin' 1974, Mercury Germany, 6167 025

    Listen to guitar solo by Blair Thornton on "Free wheeling". It is similar to parts of the guitar solo by Jimmy Page on "Whole lotta love".
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    David Bowie, Can you hear me, 1974, RCA UK, BOW 508

    Flip side of "Golden Years".
    "Can you hear me" with Luther Vandross' strong harmony vocals and a beautiful sax by David Sanborn.
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    David Bowie, Absolute Beginners, 1986, Virgin Germany, 107 937-100

    Dub mix on flip side: so many many fat saxophone tunes and a lively piano by Rick Wakeman.
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    David Bowie & Mick Jagger, Dancing in the street, 1985, EMI Amerika Germany,20 0787 7

    Marvin Gaye's "Dancing in the street" in this instrumental mix is the perfect occasion for Karaoke singing in the kitchen or dancing in the street. Listen loud!
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    Joe Cocker, When the night comes/Ruby Lee, 1989, Capitol EU, 20 3370 7

    "Ruby Lee" live at the Ritz, New York. 7'44" version of Bill Wither's song. Rhythm group: Shakespeare/Dunbar. Wally Badarou kb. Who plays the guitar solo? Adrian Belew? Anybody knows?
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    Joe Cocker, With a little help/Something's coming on, 1968, Polydor Germany, 59 246

    "Something's coming on" with Jimmy Page guitar solo at the end of this Cocker/Stainton composition.
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    Dire Straits, Badges Posters Stickers, 1982, Vertigo Holland, 6205 060, 45rpm EP

    Mark Knopfler goes Cliff Gallup and the whole band is swinging by the pool. Flipside of "Private Investigations". One of the best songs of Dire Straits, isn't it?
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    Dave Edmunds, Black Bill, 1970, MAM Germany, MAM 1

    Flip side of "I hear you knocking"."Black Bill" is reminiscent of blues shuffle sounds by "The Bill Black Combo". Dave plays a cheeky saxophon solo on his guitar.
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    Georgie Fame, Beware of the dog, 1968, CBS Germany, 3124

    Funky jazzy Hammond instrumental. Heavy drums. Hot horns.
    Produced by Denny Cordell (A whiter shade of pale).
    Swinging London 1968.
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    Georgie Fame , Fully booked, 1969, CBS Germany, 4659

    Flip side of "Seventh son".
    Tongue-in-cheek song about the girls from swinging London: Milly Molly Mona Molene Mandy handy....
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    Georgie Fame And The Blue Flames, Preach And Teach, 1965, Columbia UK, DB 7428

    Flip side of "Yeh Yeh".
    "Preach And Teach" is one of the best Georgie Fame songs. Isn't it?
    The birth of jazz-beat-pop-rock?
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