Top 40 Flip Side Special

TopForty03

Tonight we present the final installment in our Top 40 Trilogy. We’re going to ease our way back into the world of the lesser-heard sounds of the ’60s and ’70s by flipping over some Top 40 singles to hear what gems were hiding on the B-sides...

– Playlist –

GRAND FUNK RAILROAD - I Come Tumblin’
BLUE CHEER - Out Of Focus
THE AMBOY DUKES - Mississippi Murderer
IRON BUTTERFLY - Iron Butterfly Theme
THE BOB SEGER SYSTEM - Tales Of Lucy Blue
STEPPENWOLF - Jupiter’s Child
FRIJID PINK - Drivin’ Blues
BUBBLE PUPPY - Lonely
CRABBY APPLETON - Try
SPIRIT - She Smiles
TEN YEARS AFTER - Let The Sky Fall
BLOODROCK - Children’s Heritage
JO JO GUNNE - Take It Easy
MOUNTAIN - The Laird

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8 comments:

Peacefrog said...

Another triumph....I really enjoyed this one, and especially like the Jo Jo Gunne track. Keep up the great work. I love hearing 70's hard rock that isn't all that well known, and this podcast is perfect. Keep up the great work!

Byrnes

mad4music said...

Hey there, Byrnes. Glad you enjoyed it. I had fun with this one, too. It felt good getting back to the less well-known material.

woodzee said...

Liking this spooky track at 16:38

_Zorg_ said...

Simply amazing! Loved every signle track.Huge thanks for finding and sharing it !

mad4music said...

Hello Zorg and Woodzee--
Welcome to Sonic Daydream! Thank you for listening and commenting. I hope to share some more music with everyone soon.
--Tom D.

Ross said...

Just discovered theses podcasts from White Denim website. Fan-bloody-tactic. i laugh. i cry, i boogie. always been a psyche fan but hey. i would love to hear and original new artist put an album together like theses. keep pumpimg them out!!!!!

Big D said...

Greetings Tom D, Well done yet again. Some of those flip sides could have stood alone in their own right as hits. I especially liked the Grand Funk, Bubble Puppy, Jo Jo Gunne, and Steppenwolf cuts. Your best ever last cut was very poignant in light of Leslie West's recent health problems. What a great way to close. Mountain forever.

KoleraFenestro said...

Jupiter's Child; always considered it a lost classic. I'm sure I'll enjoy this as much as your Inner-Head stuff.