"Three singles were released from the album: the title track b/w
“Rock'n'Roll 47,” “Trying To Find My Baby” b/w “Here She Come” and
“Looking For the Magic” b/w “Invasion” but all failed to catch on with
record buyers in what was becoming known as the age of disco; all three
came in the same picture sleeve with the album cover photo, but only
the first is commonly seen. In England, “Trying To Find My Baby” b/w
“Rock'n'Roll 47" and “Twilley Don't Mind” b/w “Looking For The Magic”
were issued on Arista UK, to good reviews but no significant sales. In
the early fall, they performed lip-synched versions of “That I
Remember,” “Chance To Get Away,” “Looking For The Magic,” and “Twilley
Don't Mind” on a Chris Beard-produced program called The W.A.C.K.O. Show ; intended to be a Saturday morning kids version of Laugh In ,
the program was barely on the air longer than it took to air their four
episodes in September and October. It was missed by most fans (who were
older) and didn't serve to attract a younger audience, either. A
pre-superstardom Tom Petty appeared on bass alongside Twilley, Seymour,
and Pitcock (Tom had guested on guitar on the album on “Looking For The
Magic,” and was just starting his long run of hits).." Excerpted from this amazing Twilley Band history.
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