STATUS QUO - ABC -> E
Eau Eau Eau: the first batch of the UK single "Can't give you more" appeared with the under title "Eau Eau Eau". Wlith this song it was intended to promote for the french table water company Perrier.
End of the Road: that was the name of the Status Quo tour in 1984 were they announced that this will be the last tour at all. The massive tour with over 40 gigs was sold out with record breaking sales. Tickets for the 7 gigs at the Hammersmith Odeon/London were sold out within hours!! They decided to add 2 outdoor shows; one at Selhurst Park/London (football stadium of Crystal Palace) and the last show in Milton Keynes - July 21, 1984 in front of 45.000 fans.
Everly Brothers: in their career Status Quo did some covers of Everly Brothers songs. It started in 1969 when Status Quo did a cover of the song "The Price of Love". It was released on the "Spare Parts" album and as a single too. The original Everly's version was from 1965. 22 years later Status Quo rerecorded this song again and the new version is on the "Rock til' you drop" album (1991). On the Rock 'n Roll Medley "Anniversary Waltz II" Status Quo did a short version of the Everly's song "When will I be loved". On the cover album "Famous in the last century" the song "Claudette" can be heard in Quo's version which is again an Everly's song and was originally released as b-side of the single "All I have to do is dream". (Ray Orbison wrote this song in 1958)