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7" single by
Little Nell
(born Laura Elizabeth Campbell)
(actress well known from the 'Rocky Horror Picture Show')

A&M Records™
catalogue no. AMS 7374

producer: Richard Hartley, B. Thomson & Phil Chapman

release date: 1978
uk release

Side A
Fever  3:11
    [J. Davenport / E. Cooley]

Side B
See You Round Like A Record
     [Hartley / Campbell /
To find a convincing option, to visualize mental illness, doesn't seem to be an easy challenge.
In this case, it's about the riot of certain hormones infecting women and men, when they fall in love. The couple involved in this powerful emotional situation wouldn't characterize themselves for afflicted. I'm not so sure that outsider would confirm, that both of them are in a healthy mental state.

Eddie Cooley and John Davenport (a.k.a. Otis Blackwell) wrote a fascinating and fairly realistic song about this overwhelming emotional condition in 1956. It has been covered countless times during the years, but I have never seen a more convincing and facetious visual translation for this wonderful tune.
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