Did this synth-and-slide-guitar instrumental B-side enjoy much UK radio play when it was released in 1978? Likely not, I suspect – but who knows:
Roly is a side project by Rob “Roly” Davis & Ray Stiles of UK glam rockers, Mud. Released on Logo.
This discography of Logo releases from 1978-1982 rendered in a “dot matrix” typeface reveals a curious assortment of artists: Mick Farren & the Deviants, Duncan Browne, Dave Swarbrick, Bert Jansch, Good Rats, Alberto y Lost Trios Paranoias, The Tourists, and Gerry Rafferty.
Formed in the mid-1970s by British music industry executives Geoff Hannington & Olav Wyper, Logo was originally funded and part-owned by UK publishing firm Marshall Cavendish. A “digital timeline“ for Logo Records posted on WhenInTime plots out the founding of the record label in 1977 and five of its significant long-playing releases: Vampires Stole My Lunch Money by Mick Farren; Reality Effect by The Tourists; I’m a Rebel by Accept; Smiddyburn by Dave Swarbrick & Heartbreak by Bert Jansch.