45cat Logo
 Welcome Guest
 Login  :  Join 45cat   



Profile
Name:LtDunsel
Joined:25 Jun 2012
Type:Member
Country:  USA
Location:Charleston, WV
 
 
Records Added:1
Images Added:31
Comments:33
Lists:0
Ratings:0
 
 
Records Edited:0
Images Edited:0
Biography Edits:0
Forum Posts:0
  



Latest Comments   View All 33 »

MemberRecord Comment
LtDunsel
9th Oct 2014
Cat Stevens

A: Lady D'Arbanville
B: Time / Fill My Eyes
Hi there, and welcome to another episode of, "Huh? I'm confused..."

The single label here lists the B-side as, "Time/Fill My Eyes," which are tracks numbers 9 and 10 on the album, "Mona Bone Jakon."

Yet the single sleeve lists the B-side as, "Katmandu," which is track number 8 from the same album.

Am I missing something, again..?

I did find a German disc which actually has "Katmandu" on the B-side. And while similar, the sleeves are (slightly) different.

And I found one from Portugal like this one, with the same B-side ("Time/Fill My Eyes").

Mayhaps the sleeves got mixed up?

LtDunsel
11th Sep 2014
David Bowie

A: Starman
B: Suffragette City
In 1972, promo records sent to radio stations were typically in mono, as FM (and therefore stereo) hadn't become popular. First off, it wasn't until 6/1/61 that station WGFM became the first FM station in the US to broadcast in stereo.

It was mostly used for classical music and such, until the mid-70s. It took a few more years, until 1978, that listenership to FM stations exceeded that of AM stations. During the 1980s and 1990s, Top 40 music stations and later even country music stations largely abandoned AM for FM.

Today AM is mainly the preserve of talk radio, news, sports, religious programming, ethnic (minority language) broadcasting and some types of minority interest music.

LtDunsel
29th Aug 2014
Paul Revere And The Raiders Featuring Mark Lindsay

A: Cinderella Sunshine
B: Theme From It's Happening
There seems to be some confusion on the B-side title. I don't know about the numbers and such, but I do know the difference between the songs.If this helps settle the confusion, you're welcome. If I'm confused as to what the, er, confusion, is about...disregard the following.

"Happening '68" is the theme for the January '68 to July '69 weekly ABC-TV show of the same name. It was used for the "'Too Much Talk" B-side.

"It's Happening" is the theme for the July to September '68 ABC-TV summer/daily series theme. It was used for the "Cinderella Sunshine" B-side,

LtDunsel
29th Aug 2014
Paul Revere And The Raiders Featuring Mark Lindsay

A: Too Much Talk
B: Happening '68
There seems to be some confusion on the B-side title. I don't know about the numbers and such, but I do know the difference between the songs.If this helps settle the confusion, you're welcome. If I'm confused as to what the, er, confusion, is about...disregard the following.

"Happening '68" is the theme for the January '68 to July '69 weekly ABC-TV show of the same name. It was used for the "'Too Much Talk" B-side.

"It's Happening" is the theme for the July to September '68 ABC-TV summer/daily series theme. It was used for the "Cinderella Sunshine" B-side,

LtDunsel
28th Aug 2014
Styx

A: Mademoiselle
B: Light Up
I haven't heard the single since it was played on the air when released, so I don't remember if it was fast or not. I did notice that the single label has the time as 3:25, while the album clocks it at 3:57. I just supposed it'd been edited or faded early, but the time discrepancy of 30 seconds could be due to it's being sped up. Interesting. That might account for it not charting any higher than #36.


Latest Contributed Records   

  Click to View LabelCat#DateFormatCommentsRating
Bobby Bare

A: Red-Neck Hippie Romance (Unedited)
B: Bottom Dollar
RCA USAPB-11037Jun 19777"1 


Latest Contributed Images   View All 31 »


View Record


View Record


View Record


View Record


View Record


View Record


View Record


View Record



45cat website ©2014  :  Privacy Policy  :  Terms  :  Contact Us  :  Visit 45worlds.com  :  Like us on Facebook  :