B-Sides and Otherwise

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B-Sides and Otherwise
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Compilation album by Morphine
Released 1997
Genre Alternative rock, jazz rock
Label Rykodisc
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars [1]
Pitchfork Media (5.0/10) [2]

B-Sides and Otherwise was a collection of B-Sides and previously unreleased songs by Morphine, put out in 1997 by the Rykodisc label.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Have a Lucky Day (live radio broadcast 1994 - from the "Super Sex" CD single)"
  2. "All Wrong (live radio broadcast 1994 - from the "Honey White" CD single)"
  3. "I Know You - Part Two (live radio broadcast 1994 - from the "Honey White" CD single)"
  4. "Bo's Veranda (from the soundtrack of "Get Shorty")"
  5. "Mile High (from the soundtrack of "Things To Do In Denver When You're Dead)"
  6. "Shame (from the "Cure For Pain" CD single)"
  7. "Down Love's Tributaries (from the "Cure For Pain" CD single)"
  8. "Kerouac (from the tribute CD "Kerouac-Kicks Joy Darkness")"
  9. "Pulled Over the Car (from the Japanese CD release of "Yes")"
  10. "Sundayafternoonweightlessness (from the "Super Sex" CD single)"
  11. "Virgin Bride (from an Australian - only bonus CD included with "Like Swimming")"
  12. "Mail (from the various artists compilation "Outstandingly Ignited-Lyrics by Ernest Noyes Brookings, Vol. 4")"
  13. "My Brain (from the "Cure For Pain" CD single)"


  • Mark Sandman - 2-string slide bass, lead vocs, organ, guitar, knobs
  • Dana Colley - baritone sax, tenor sax, soprano sax, autoharp, dobro feedback
  • Billy Conway - drums

- Special Guests:

  • Mike Rivard - Bass on #4
  • Russ Gershon - Tenor sax on #4,5
  • Tom Halter - Trumpet on #5
  • Larry Dersch - Drums on #5
  • Jerome Deupree - Drums on #6
  • Sabine - Vocals on #7
  • Frank Swart - Bass tag of #12
  • Dominique Zar - Drums tag of #12
  • Rick Barry - Percussion on #13


  1. ^ Prato, Greg. B-Sides and Otherwise at AllMusic. Retrieved September 26, 2011.
  2. ^ Josephers, Jason. "Morphine: B-Sides and Otherwise Pitchfork review". Pitchfork Media. Archived from the original on November 23, 2001. Retrieved September 26, 2011.