SUMMARY: Lovely dance routine to a not so good song. Was never an Elvis fan and remember my Mom buying this single. A complete mass exodus in the shops.
CHAMPAGNE: A fun routine.
New No.1: Beautiful song and one which David Hamilton nursed heavily on his show and had as his record of the week. The album version was very lengthy and I think went through the whole of the zodiac but irrespective was a very "come to bed" song.
Everywhere, wherever you look, manipulation rearing it's head.
SUMMARY: In essence Elvis was a creature of the 1950s, and though this song is from the mid-70s it still gets the full bobby-sox treatment.
CHAMPAGNE: Not really any champagne moment for me, but it's a very well rehearsed dance.
SPOTTED: At the end we see Tidybeard standing in front of some Marshall-stacks, was someone playing live on the show I wonder.
New No.1: The Floaters were one-hit wonders, which makes me think this was always meant to be a comedy record and was just a bunch of guys having some fun in the recording studio. Hard to think anyone could ever have taken it seriously.