This was the twelfth 7" 45rpm vinyl single released by The Wurzels after Adge Cutler's death. It was released on 7th November 1980 on the John Miles record label, catalogue number JM1004.
At the time of the recording of this single The Wurzels consisted of Pete Budd, Tommy Banner and Tony Baylis, all of who had been supporting Adge Cutler at the time of his death in 1974.
If You Got Noth'in' On Tonight - the 'A' side on this single - and Little Drop Of Home Made Wine were both new and previously unreleased tracks. They were both studio recordings. Both tracks were re-recorded for the 1983 'Freshly Cut' LP.
The examples below are taken from the collection of Professor Wurzel and represent what a collector should expect to find. Generally The Wurzels' vinyl single releases from 1975 onwards tended to have an initial pressing run and were then taken off the catalogue. Matrix, Mother and Stamper codes were still used on the vinyl and the information centred around Adge's 1960's recordings that can be found on the Main Menu under 'Vinyl Collecting Guides' remains relevant (with minor changes between different record labels).
This single - JM1004 - was the fourth release on John Miles (The Wurzels manager) own record label who used Pye Records to manufacture and distribute his records.
'A' Side Matrix:JM1004 A1
'B' Side Matrix: JM1004 B1