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The Marmalade Singles File.

<BAND HISTORY><LP & CD REVIEW><WORDS & CHORDS>

Lifted wholesale from Alan Clayson's superb article in issue No.186 (February 1995) of the Record Collector. No point in retyping such a sterling piece of research. Many thanks and we hope this is ok with the R.C. guys.

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SOME PICS OF SINGLES

Thanks to Peter Hull for the Gaylords Scans

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Above is the 'cheeky' picture sleeve to the 'Made in Germany' single.

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'Chains' by Junior Campbell. Not to be confused with the Beatles song of the same name though the flip of this b-side was a cover of the Beatles 'Obladioblada'. Ah well, life goes on as they both said.

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Junior Campbell's composition 'Laughing Man' that made the b-side of 'I See the Rain' Shame about the increasingly speeded up laughter on the outro. Still, the rest is ok.

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Hugh Nicholson wrote both sides of the 'Back on the Road' hit. Here's the b-side. Production jointly credited to the band.

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A Sandy Newman composition for the 3rd Target single from August 1976.

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Three band members are credited with composing this 7th Target a-side. Newman gets his name on first though and does the production work.

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Tony Macauley's early connection with the band shown on this late '60s hit. Easy chords - see the Marmswords page.

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Juniors first release on leaving the band was this hit. Are the title and lyrics about is relief at leaving the group or some hypothetical lover? The former we suspect.

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Junior's last single with the band was this pleasant wee song. Anyone got the chords?

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Junior continued his connection with the band after leaving by arranging the brass to 'Cousin Norman'.

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The last Marmalade single to chart - so far at least. Good luck lads! --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Marmalade with Dave Dee
(Thanks to Hink Scholtens)

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SOME EUROPEAN PICTURE SLEEVES
(Many thanks to Kevin Head for these)

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