Eventually tracked down a cd of the album"From Here to Mama Rosa"issued by a what i think is a bootleg label Flawed Gems,on the whole i enjoyed it but i must say Chris Farlowes vocals got a bit irritating on some tracks,but the music created by the mysterious The Hill is good,some nice arrangemnts in a soft prog kinda way.I mentioned this album in an earlier post concerning Chris Farlowes prog years,dont expect this album to be a masterpiece,its really just above average in the world of progdom.But worth a half hour of your time.If only they had another vocalist,it seems Chris Farlowe was hired at the last minute,i would liked to have heard another singer on this album.......moaning stopped.
Hi Al,funnily enough "Sylvie"is a bonus track on this cd,and it states its a US only single release from "69,whether thats true i don't know.The 'b'side wouldnt happen to be"The fourth annual convention of the battery hen farmers association part 2?If it is thats also a bonus track.
That is the b-side, although my copy of the single misprints it as the a-side and "Sylvie" as the b-side. Sylvie is obviously the a-siide as the other tune is obviously a blues boogie organ-led space filler that you get on a lot of Immediate b-sides. Just a jam tune.