I don't want to cast aspersions on the cover which has arrived here, I am hoping that other copies can come out of the woodwork so any similarities or differences can be up for scrutiny Comment by vinyl_junkie:
Yeah, that cover does look like a fake... don't all these EMI covers have tabs the same as the contemporary company sleeves?Comment by Deepinder Cheema:
I used to own a demo and picture sleeve of this single. My pic sleeve, which I paid £15 in 1981 had the tabs on the outside of the back of the sleeve and if I recall the paper had a ribbed feel or some texture to it. It has been faked so I would advise caution when making a purchase
Mmmmm......The EMI version is still a crappy attempt at it don't you think??
And why do you think they bothered??Comment by RecordDragon:
If you look at the USA label linked below, you'll see the triangle in the Del-Fi logo at the top.Comment by KeithS:
Always thought it strange that EMI put a little triangle in the middle of the Del-Fi name.Looks so constructed..a "V" with a bit added. Their logo was like that but it seemed a little over the top at the time.
Hippy Hippy Shake had it Comment by RecordDragon:
Could you post images of it, Doowop? If so, I know your images will go at the top of the entry.Comment by Doowopjimbo:
I have this record but as a Demonstration Record with white background.
I've got this record - my side 1 does not have WT on the 4 prong centre, but ET in the dead wax!
Ottilie Patterson is credited for Vocals on side 1 track 2, perhaps the artist section should be amended to show this!
Yes - The Toad is spot on. I can remember this being shown on ITV as late as 1971.Comment by The Toad:
It certainly was used in a Rolo advert. If I remember correctly - which may well not be the case - the advert featured someone eating a Rolo and looking unwarrantedly orgasmic; "It's that Rolo sensation" was the punch line.Comment by Mikey Dread:
Hard to resist that last one, Charlie : )Comment by Charlie Chalk: