Waiting-In-Vain Records was a small independent label from the late '70s and early '80s. An EP by Croydon-based Soul / Funk band Majority seems to have been Waiting-In-Vain's first release. It featured 'Caroline' and three other tracks, its catalogue number was WIV-50, and it came out in late 1979 or early 1980. Pressing was done in France, as was the case with a lot of records by small independents at that time. The labels say that the record was a December Songs production, so it seems likely that Waiting-In-Vain was connected to the label of that name. The only other record by the company was a 1982 LP by Keith Robinson & Some Mates, 'The World Needs Love' (WIVLP-1002). Presumably there was also a WIVLP-1001. Distributed By Spartan Records. Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.