Back on track with DM 135, "Love You Til Tuesday" was taken from David Bowie's first album, and has the same vibe as "Laughing Gnome" without the over the top silliness. Released in July of 1967, it didn't chart, but it was becoming increasingly clear that this was a major talent and it was just a question of time before he became a huge star. And he did. Just not on Deram. This was his final 45 on the label. It was produced by Mike Vernon, who was better known a few years later for working with British blues bands like Fleetwood Mac, Chicken Shack and Savoy Brown. The strings were arranged by Ivor Raymonde, who was by now doing a lot of work with Deram.