Jackson & Jones, who had several lushly orchestrated Righteous Brothers-styled singles in the first ’70s, were actually the Uk duo of Kris Ife and Vince Edwards. Ife, maybe most famous for any 1967 cover of Joe South’s “Hush” that influenced Deep Crimson to record their strike version from the same melody, had been in the middle-’60s group the Calm Five, which experienced a couple little U.K. strikes, and been the central number in Judd, which do an obscure 1970 LP. He and Edwards experienced previously carried out some writing as well as Michael Derrick beneath the collective pseudonym Miki Anthony, and published the Jackson & Jones singles as a group. Edwards would later on co-write and launch “BACK Where We Began From,” that was included in Maxine Nightingale for any 1975 British TOP single. Both edges of both Jackson & Jones singles are on the Kris Ife Compact disc compilation Definitive Collection 1967-1973, which also contains every one of the materials released by Judd, aswell as some Ife single tracks.