"We recorded Sabre Dance, all six minutes of it. Dave Edmunds always said that the first BBC version was the best recording" - Top
Gear Producer Bernie Andrews. Love Sculpture guitarist Dave Edmunds would later tell Sounds magazine "we did a live session for
John Peel's Top Gear and suddenly we were signed up by EMI, Gordon Mills was managing us and we had a number two hit single."
This record shows that Love Sculpture were much more than a one-hit wonder, showcasing fourteen tracks recorded for the BBC by
Edmunds, bass player John Williams and drummer Bob 'Congo' Jones. Included here are the harmony-pop of debut single River To
Another Day, a toughened-up version of the Honeybus classic (Do I Figure) In Your Life and a spirited take on Chuck Berry's Sweet
Little Rock & Roller. Love Sculpture's attempt to repeat a winning formula saw them sprinting through Bizet's Farandole at their third
Top Gear session which also generated a rocking cover of George Harrison's The Inner Light, inexplicably omitted from either of Love
Sculpture's studio LPs.