[Buying the albums sampled on “You Can All Join In”.]
Track 6, which was the last track on the first side of the LP, is “If It Feels Good, You Know It Can’t Be Wrong”. This is the one with the sound of the breaking cup referred to in the notes in the CD insert. It is very much in the spirit of “Million Dollar Bash”, which closed the LP version of “Unhalfbricking”. It should perhaps be noted at this point that the title is never sung in the song; the version which does however feature as every refrain is “If you feel good, you know it can’t be wrong”. The song was recorded in the same session as “Suzanne” (see previous post), but was broadcast on the John Peel Top Gear show on 1 September 1968, 4 weeks earlier than was “Suzanne”. Like “Million Dollar Bash”, the group here uses its spoof American accents. The ditty is of course from start to finish a not very subtle sexual innuendo.
Track 7, which opened Side 2 of the LP, is “I Still Miss Someone”, composed by Johnny Cash and Roy Cash. It was recorded in the same session as “Reno, Nevada” (see previous post) for the David Symonds Show, as was “Reno, Nevada”, but was broadcast on 7 January 1969, 3 days before “Reno, Nevada”. This is pure brilliance, where Ian Matthews and Sandy Denny sing in splendid harmony throughout. it is one of the very best example of the combination of their voices.