nasals). While Eve was from Poland, the original Adam was eccentric Englishmen John Christian Dee. (Yep, the guy who wrote "Don't Bring Me Down" for The Pretties). On this 45 for the Teledisc label Mr Dee had left to produce The Rainbows or write wonderful songs like "The World Can Pack Their Bag And Go Away". Now Krautrock gourmets take note: both sides of this crazy record were written and produced by Dieter Dierks and we suspect the man to be the one who slipped inside Adam's costume on the occasion. The band that saves these two nuts were The Hush, but we were totally disappointed when we heard their record without Adam & Eve. Paradise lost...

The Batmen
No. No relation to Neal Hefti and/or Link Wray. Quite a heavy original and further evidence that Didi & The ABC Boys were capable of more than most suspected. They actually hide behind the Batman capes and tights.

Star-Ton labelmates of Cool Stove, St. James' managed to unite the impossible. Crossover is a household name meanwhile, but crossing Thirteenth Floor Elevators with Swingle Singers is so far over the top... Crossover, under, sideways down.