Stephen Rudderham sent me this cool 7″ 45 RPM via Royal Mail from across the Pond. The Sun never sets on The British Empire. He knew it was my Birthday & 45 singles make a great surprise. It’s The Gift That Keeps Giving
The Disk is A release from the band “Betty & The Werewolves” & the Single call is “David Cassidy” released on Damaged Goods Records. I assume the song title refers to the well known Actor from the Partridge Family t.v show & musician David Cassidy
The vinyl 7″ 45RPM record Jacket has A cool picture of a womans face being assembled by many hands like A Jig Saw puzzle. It’s an Adobe Photoshop magic FX i am sure ( i studied under COX)
WOW! The vinyl itself is great. Thick high quality Purple Wax with embedded Glitter; A collectors edition (rhetorical askmark). I played the 7″ 45 on my Sony Turntable hooked up to the Aux of my Panasonic Stereo System. Wot A great indie pop sound. I played it actually 7 Times sraight
Betty & The Werewolves have Dunn great Jobs on this record. It’s Female fronted vocals, poppy Fender Guitar Rifts, Jay Z Bass & Pearl Jams on drums Mould & Fuse together well. It’s Fresh & Easy 2 listen 2 and brings back great memories of the indie pop Daze like Blondie, or perhaps A Ladyman fronted “The Wedding Present”. That’s Weird. Anyhow, this 7″ 45RPM makes a great addition to my record growing collection.
The only downside to this record is it’s lack of Download Coupons (A Mobility Enabler) & it’s Ill titled B-Side. It’s still Great though & A Best Buy 4 All