|Walls Ice Cream E.P. - Front Cover||Walls Ice Cream E.P. - Rear Cover|
|Walls Ice Cream E.P. - A-side Label||Walls Ice Cream E.P. - B-side Label|
|The Beatles Contribution:||Production credits for both Paul and George.|
|Catalogue No.||CT 1|
|Release Date||18th July 1969|
|U.K. Singles Chart Detail :||Did NOT Chart|
On the A-side, track 1 was produced by Mal Evans, and track 2 by Peter Asher.
This was not an official release, but was a promotional E.P. available only by mail order through a Walls ice cream
To see where this single release sits in the apple releases, see the Apple Records Single Listing.
James Taylor - James is a Boston, Massachusetts man. Taciturn, 20 and talented. At 18 he was in New York in a group called "The Flying Machine", and now two years later in London with an Apple contract and a new album produced by Peter Asher. This track is just one from his first L.P.
Jackie Lomax - John Richard Lomax was a Merseyside boy, born in Wallasey in 1944. He joined the Undertakers group and went with them to Germany in 1962. In 1966 he went to America, and went solo. His first record for Apple was Sour Milk Sea by George Harrison - he wrote the flip himself, and has written "Little Yellow Pill". Jackie's singing and writing are emotive and exciting - he'll be on the scene for always.
Mary Hopkin - Mary has been singing since she was four years old, in chapel, in South Wales Working Men's Clubs (where they know good voices when they hear them) and on Welsh T.V. She was chosen for "Opportunity Knocks" where she appeared successfully for eight weeks. Twiggy heard her, told Paul McCartney - the result a Number One chart-topper with Those Were The Days. These are certainly the days for Mary - at 18, she's a star, and sounds like staying up there.