Here's a really interesting and strange release. The A&M "Foreplay" series I've noticed have only small portions of the featured tunes. This one has the Herbie/Hugh "Skokiaan" as the fifth (!) track on side one...of a 10 inch record.
Side two, though, is highly unusual and may be a first and only release for A&M. It's The Wreckers and Apes with a tune called "I Love My Label". I have no clue on it, but....side B only has one track because it was cut at 78 RPM!
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I could actually play this one, but...would I even want to?
This one is making me waaay too curious (just had to order me a copy ) What a fun and intriguing idea to have one side pressed at 78rpm. Would that have something to do with the style of this cover? Rockabilly perhaps?? And who are The Wreckers and Apes? Could it be members of the Wrecking Crew with, say... ex-Monkees Michael Nesmith and Davy Jones or something?
And what about the producers; The Bone and Bitchin' Say La Vie... I know that Karen Carpenter would sometimes introduce Tony Peluso as "The Bone" during concerts