Number 1885 on the RCA label is also quite possibly number 1885 in an unending stream of singles released in the late 1960s that should have been hits but were not. After Harmony Grass had a minor hit earlier in 1969 with "Move In A Little Closer Baby", they deserved further success, especially with "I Remember". For those of you who don't remember this one, here it is: [YouTube Video]
"Can't understand why this got no higher than it did, although it was a hell of a 'sleeper' being released before Christmas and not charting until the mid summer"
Hmmm. Mid summer, eh? According to the Guinness Book of British Hit Singles, it entered the charts on January 29, 1969. I certainly agree that it deserved to climb a lot further up the charts than it did. My copy of this one is on the old-style black RCA label, although I have seen a few copies of it with the subsequent orange label. My only other Harmony Grass single is "I Remember" (RCA 1885), which sadly did not chart at all, despite being every bit as good as "Move In A Little Closer Baby". I just don't get it why so many fine singles like these failed to impress record buyers in the late 1960s.