Initial Columbia pressings of this single were among the last in which the label color scheme was ochre brown and orange; not long after this release, Columbia pressings' color scheme was changed to mustard brown and salmon red to match that of Monarch pressings, including on later pressings of this release.
First 50 seconds of A side track is exactly as heard on the opening titles of every Sanford And Son episode throughout its 1972-77 run on NBC.
Both sides from the LP You've Got It Bad Girl (SP-3041)
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