This single is not the single referred to in the review above. The "All You Need Is Love" single in the review is for the Copyright Infringement battering ram that was original 12" release - JAMS 023
There was such a furore over the theft of The Beatles, MC5, Sam Fox etc that The Justified Ancients of Mu Mu released a 7" version (the release above) which was so far removed from the original as to be unrecogniseable. This 7" release is Duy Khiem singing a Vietnamese song "Ca Dao Mẹ" pretty much unaccompanied and bears no resemblance whatsoever to the original 12" which the review is describing.
The Jams then re-edited that original Copyright Infringing 12" removing the original Beatles, MC5 and Sam Fox samples and released it on 12" only - JAMS 23T
Though my interest was piqued when I first read about the JAMs in the NME, it wasn't to the extent of hunting down the records or even bending an ear to Peel. A month or two later, browsing in my local Our Price, I found this single alongside four (far less interesting) others, bundled together in the discount racks at £2.50 for the five. A request to split the pack and sell this 45 separately for a pound or so was refused - "head office won't let us" - so I left it for a later, wiser, browser to pick up.
Almost needless to say, the recently-acquired copy from which the now-uploaded scans are taken came at a price rather higher than £2.50...
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