On the A side, Del delivers a definitive take on the Zombies classic “Tell Her No”, smoothing it way down, singing with so much soul, so much power. Del had so much power.
The B side is a slow country original, demonstrating Del’s easy perfection of the form. — Line_Breaks on Discogs
Unlike in the Belgian shop sign posted by Christopher, Le Griffe’s terminal swash forms here were used in more appropriate places, i.e. at the end of words. One can debate whether the swash ‘l’ followed by the swash ‘S’ is still a little too much. The original glyph set also included unswashed variants, but maybe they were all used up already?