1972 Light Up the Fire b/s Let There Be Light
Where Can I Find You/ Working Man
You Were On My Mind b/s Rock N Roll Part Time
You Are My Morning b/s Getting Out of This Town
A live version of Working Man, a pure folk ballad, was recorded by Trinity Folk on the Sound Vision in Concert album.
The third single contains two songs not recorded on any albums until last year. You Were on My Mind was a lost Parchment classic, now available on the simply...Parchment album. The copy I have is described as a promo, not for resale. The b-side appears to be taking the micky out of the one-time British pop star Gary Glitter (now disgraced).
The two songs on the fourth single are both from Hollywood Sunset. I remember the album being released with quite a lot of publicity but do not recall any attempts to promote this single. The title song of the album was in my view the most commercial song. You Are My Morning was a great ballad and may have been released on the back of a fashion for tear-jerker, guitar ballads, notably Terry Jack's Seasons in the Sun. Getting out of This Town is one of a number of terrific, poppy, up-tempo songs on this album.
And here's a picture of the original Light Up the Fire single sleeve, rescued from a second-hand shop sometime in the late 70s. All that hair! At some time I'll try to get a better copy.