Nine 45 rpm Seven Inch Records I Bought Yesterday, Mostly 60s R & B and rock
Went to my local record exchange yesterday....spent most of my time digging through 45s in the dollar bin, found some goodies that i will share with you today.
"Roll It Up"
This band is most well known for their single, "yummy, yummy, yummy"-which i also have on 45 and the b side has some weird, excellent backwards song. I think this songs about rolling a burrito.
Never heard of this Irish "celtic rock" band. .. this one sounded. ..kinda prog i thought? the other side sounded like the grateful dead
"house of the rising sun"
You can never have too many versions of this traditional song, i say.
Jimmy "the handyman" Jones
The handyman strikes again. ..i have an 80s version that he does of this on cassette and its amazingly better than the original, in my 80s loving opinion, of course.
Another "standard" i will usually go for any cover version i find.
Jay and the Techniques
"Stronger Than Dirt"
I grabbed this sight unseen because i figured it would be the original version that the mummies covered,but it doesn't appear to be that song. ...Maybe i just need to listen more closely
"Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?"
Classique girl group song.
"Chattanooga Choo Choo"
How could i pass up on a disco version of an old country song?
"Let's Go All The Way"
Great classic 80s songs on both sides of this one, with "como tu te llama" on the flip side. If you really wanna bum yourself out, look up the sort-of cover of this that the insane clown posse did.
Thanks for checking out the jams, i hope you liked my post!