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    Yes - Long Distance Runaround/The Fish
    Queen - We Will Rock You/We Are the Champions
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    King Crimson, "The Talking Drum" --> "Larks' Tongues in Aspic, pt 2"

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    The Cars- "You're All I've Got Tonight/ Bye Bye Love


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    On Bryan Ferry's Frantic album, "Ja Nun Hons Pris" is such a good intro to "A Fool for Love" that it sounds wrong when one or the other shows up on shuffle play. I should edit them together so it doesn't happen.

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    Grateful Dead-China Cat Sunflower/I Know You Rider, from Europe 72.
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    So Fine/Living Thing- ELO
    Dreamer/Rudy- Supertramp
    Tenement Funster/Flick Of The Wrist/Lillies Of The Valley- Queen
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    Be Bop Deluxe - "Crying to the Sky" into "Sleep That Burns" from the Sunburst Finish album. First track is a moody Robin Trower-like slow piece in which a blazing solo dissolves into rain and thunder and is broken by the sound of an alarm clock which jolts you right into Sleep That Burns.
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    Keep 'em coming guys! So many twofers I'd never heard. Goodies everywhere! This one's a threesome, threesomes can be fun...


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    U.K. ~ In the Dead of Night / By the Light of Day
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    To The Last Whale - David Crosby & Graham Nash
    Comprised of two compositions: ‘Critical Mass’ by Crosby, and ‘Wind On the Water’ by Nash. The strings were arranged by Jimmie Haskell. James Taylor provides acoustic guitar and vocal support.


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    Supertramp-Easy Does It>Sister Moonshine
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    Aubade sounds like it was made for an intro to Infra-Dig, so it was a little odd to me that it was put on the Harvest of the Heart anthology as a standalone piece.

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    U.K. ~ In the Dead of Night / By the Light of Day
    That’s a threesome! Don’t forget “Presto Vivace and Reprise,” which is the highlight of the album, and may be the apex of U.K. as a band.

    Another one from the same album: “Alaska” → “Time to Kill”
    Confirmed Bachelors: the dramedy hit of 1883...

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    Waitin' For The Bus/Jesus Just Left Chicago - ZZ Top
    It's Love/I'll Never Get Tired Of You - King's X
    Sgt.Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band/With A Little Help From My Friends - THE Beatles

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    One I was just reminded of this week:

    Esperanto: “On Down the Road” → “Never Again”
    Confirmed Bachelors: the dramedy hit of 1883...

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    Mike Keneally-Pretty Enough For Girls/Taster
    Santana-Black Magic Woman/Gypsy Queen
    Zappa-Fembot In A Wet T-Shirt/On The Bus

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    Gentle Giant-"Mr. Class & Quality/Three Friends"
    Genesis-"Fly On A Windshield/Broadway Melody of 1974/Cuckoo Cocoon"
    Genesis-"Hairless Heart/Counting Out Time"
    Pink Floyd-"Speak To Me/Breathe"
    Pink Floyd-"Another Brick In The Wall (Pt. 1)/The Happiest Days Of Our Lives/Another Brick In The Wall (Pt. 2)"
    Mandrill-"Fencewalk/Hagalo"
    Santana-"Shades Of Time/Savor"
    Santana-"Batuka/No One To Depend On"
    Marvin Gaye-"Right On/Wholly Holy"
    King Crimson-"Peace (A Theme)/Cat Food"

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    I love the segue from 'Babooshka' into 'Delius' on Kate Bush's Never For Ever.

    I forget whether 10cc's 'How Dare You'/'Lazy Ways' is a direct segue (the remaster of this album botched various things) but that works really well. As indeed does '...may be your last!' on 'Une Nuit A Paris' into 'I'm Not In Love'.

    Queen's A Night At The Opera is beautifully sequenced, every song follows on perfectly from its predecessor, but I particularly like the 'Lazing On A Summer Afternoon'/'I'm In Love With My Car' one.

    I always loved that 'It/Watcher' medley Genesis did in 1976. Really inspired.

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    Also:
    Gentle Giant-"Nothing At All/Why Not?"
    Kansas-"The Spider/Portrait (He Knew)"
    King Crimson-"Formentera Lady/Sailor's Tale"

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