You’ve got some of my favourite Jam songs there - Tales from the riverbank, Liza Radley, The butterfly collector. A lot of great songs were put out as B sides - things that wouldn’t quite work on the albums.
A great B side is The Anti Nowhere League’s So What, B side to Streets of London.
Bookending their career. The Beatles had the BEST B-Sides.
Somebody tell me a better B-Side than “This Boy” - the flipside of “I want to hold your hand” …I’ll wait McCartney himself (although it was primarily a Lennon song - and his voice was never better on it) believes it’s one of the great Beatles songs, and regrets it’s lack of prominence.
At the other end - I love “You know my name (look up the number)” - especially the version on Anthology 3 - it was the B-Side of “Let it Be” and couldn’t be more different. Great fun to listen to - and by all accounts, the most fun the Beatles had in the studio. Pure joy.