Single on CBS by quartet of Melbourne teenagers.
Two of the Kinetics, Steve Groves and John Vallins, were later in Tin Tin with Steve Kipner, formerly of Steve & The Board (see their Rosalyn).
• Steve Groves wrote Tin Tin's Toast And Marmalade For Tea, produced in Britain by Maurice Gibb (1971, #20 USA, #10 Australia).
Another Steve Groves song, written with Bryan Dawe (later of Clarke & Dawe), is Marty Rhone's On The Loose Again (1976, #24 Sydney, #13 Brisbane, #12 Adelaide), also recorded by The Steve Groves Band as I'm On The Loose (Again) (1976).
Thanks to Terry Stacey for suggestion and version research.
Single on Immediate, B-side of My Way Of Giving, prod. Mick Jagger, arr. Art Greenslade.
Chris Farlowe (b. John Deighton, 1940): British singer in a blues and soul vein who benefited from the patronage of Mick and Keith of Rolling Stones fame. His first hits in the UK, in 1966, were the Jagger-Richards compositions Think and Out Of Time (both from the Stones' Aftermath) and Ride On Baby.
See also Handbags And Gladrags, originally recorded by Chris Farlowe, covered in Australia by Jon English (1973), and later rerecorded as the theme of The Office (UK).
Further reading: See, for example, the Chris Farlowe page at 45rpm.org.uk.
Single on Immediate, the label co-founded in 1965 by Rolling Stones manager and producer Andrew Loog Oldham. B-side of True Story, prod. Andrew Loog Oldham, arr. Art Greenslade.
Twice As Much were singing and songwriting duo Dave Skinner and Andrew Rose. Their only charting record was with the Mick Jagger and Keith Richards song Sittin' On A Fence (1966, #25 UK), later released by the Stones on the 1967 compilation Flowers.