This record was the debut disc by H.P. Lovecraft, the top side being a decent version of \”Anyway That You Want Me\” which had recently been a hit for The Troggs in Britain. According to the liners of the Rev-Ola CD retrospective, this song was helped along with assistance from local Chicago group The Rovin\’ Kind.
The George Edwards penned \”It\’s All Over For You\” on the flip is a dead ringer for Dylan\’s \”It\’s All Over Now, Baby Blue.\” Perhaps the reason for hiding this cut on the B-Side. This was actually a solo recording from 1966 and explains why it sounds like a remnant of the earlier folk-rock era. My guess is that \”It\’s All Over For You\” was recorded during the same sessions for his Dunwich single.
I reviewed his disc \”Norwegian Wood\” / \”Never Mind, I\’m Freezing\” way back in 2011. Follow the link