Buying the LPs sampled on Nice Enough to Eat.
Side 1 starts with “It’s Only Love”, which is still just a little bit too jazzy for me, though it has continued gradually to grow on me over the decades.
Mick Abrahams’ liner jottings include notes on the tracks, and this is what he says about this one:
“Features a heavy brass sound (two tenors, one baritone and one soprano to be exact) which drives the whole thing along steadily. Has an interesting solo on soprano and tenor played simultaneously (and together) by Jack who arranged the parts and played all the aforementioned instruments by dubbing the parts over the initial track, thus creating the effect of a small brass section. The main reason for this being, we couldn’t afford session men and Jack is silly enough to do anything you tell him, like the time we told him to take his trousers off in Piccadilly. But never mind, he’s out again now and playing some fine music.”
Jack Lancaster did indeed have the reputation of playing two saxopohones at once, which talent I believe to be unique to him.