Wayne's Music 15/16 May 2010.
More buried treasures from the rich collection of "flip sides".When You're Young And In Love How on earth did this excellent Van McCoy composition fail to make an impact in 1964?
Troubles, Troubles another buried treasure from the romping, swamping sounds of New Orleans. Worthy of a higher standing than a mere B side for Clarence Frogman Henry in 1956.
I Can Make It With You a song that Chip taylor wrote originally for Jackie DeShannon, which was picked up by the Don Williams-led Pozo Seco Singers in 1966.
Walk On The Wild Side this isn't a B-side, but it is from the Golden Age of the American Chart single - from the pre-eminent Hammond organist of the swinging sixties, Jimmy Smith.
I Won't Take Less Than Your Love a change for Paul Davis when he teamed up with Paul Overstreet and Tanya Tucker and won the Vocal Event Of The Year Award at the 1988 Country Music Awards.
Wild One (Real Wild Child) from an old Jet Harris EP with his moody revival of the Johnny O'Keefe classic.
Country Girl, City Man Billy Vera and Judy Clay in 1968. Vera and Chip Taylor shared composer credits on some classic pop songs in the 60s, and Billy Vera and his band were the first to play them.
I get The Sweetest Feeling a great number that has been buried in the mists of time from Aretha's older sister, Erma.
and many, many more ...