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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 German Geff Harrison of Kin Pin Meh. Produced by Dieter Dierks and Gerd Augustin. Krautrock at its best.
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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 and E for your eyes, skin, teeth and bones. But when the good Lord calls, you can forget it all. Don't you know you're as good as gone?" An enjoyable depressive boogie for this bright beautiful spring morning, written by Buie/Nix/Daughtry, mastered by Bob Ludwig. Life ist just a dream? This boogie brings you back to reality, isn't it?
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    Flip (B) side of Church Street Soul Revival was Draggin the Line by Tommy James if I recall Casey Kasem correctly

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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 disassociated, the ones who feel as though they’re left outside, which was how I felt about me. I always felt I was on the edge of events, the fringe of things, and left out. A lot of my characters in those early years seem to revolve around that feeling. It must have come from my own interior puzzlement at where I was” (dt.: Es ging um die Außenseiter, die von sich glaubten, außen vor zu bleiben, so fühlte ich mich damals. Ich fühlte mich immer an der Kante und am Rande der Ereignisse, draußen gelassen. Eine Menge meiner Charaktere der frühen Jahre scheinen um dieses Gefühl zu kreisen. Es musste aus meiner inneren Verwirrung, wer ich war, kommen).[16] (Wikipedia)

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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 the 1982 Moroder-produced original for the soundtrack of "Cat People" with Michael Landau contributing the guitars.
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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 skyrocketed up the charts, reaching Nr 1 on Billboard. The flipside was the big hit: "Tequila"!
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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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    Same with Hey Tonight/Have You Ever Seen The Rain by CCR: Hey Tonight was A side in Germany, Have You Ever.. was A side in the USA.

    Best regards!

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    CCR: No throwaway on flip side

    Quote Originally Posted by Kay Pirinha View Post
    Same with Hey Tonight/Have You Ever Seen The Rain by CCR: Hey Tonight was A side in Germany, Have You Ever.. was A side in the USA.

    Best regards!
    CCR are an unusual exception. They always had a big hit on side A and B. No throwaway tracks IMHO.
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