Bush Baby Music Records was a DIY label. The single 'Women Don't Have Willies' by 64 Spoons. had a catalogue number of BBS-781, and came out in 1978. Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info. 64 Spoons was formed by Lyndon Connah and Tam Neal, a pair of multi-instrumentalist friends who had been writing songs since the age of 10 (Tam having trained at the Royal Academy of Music). Their studies brought them into contact with Andy Crawford, a Royal College of Music flautist and classical guitar player with an interest in Early Music, but who also played bass guitar on the side. Coalescing around a line-up of Connah on drums, Crawford on bass and Neal on keyboards, 64 Spoons began playing concerts in and around their home base of Watford, Hertfordshire in 1976. 64 Spoons released one single during their lifetime, "Ladies Donít Have Willies". This is now a collectorís item. 64 Spoons also recorded various sessions for an album. None of these were released during the bandís existence, but the material was eventually compiled for a posthumous album called Landing On A Rat Column. This was ultimately released in 1992 on Freshly Cut Records, over a decade after it was recorded. (The album did not include "Ladies Donít Have Willies", due to copyright issues as it had already appeared on a various-artists compilation album.

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