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"Love Life"
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US picture sleeve

B-Side

Abie You're a Rich Man

Released

7 July 1967

Recorded

14, 19, 23–26 June 1967

Genre

Psychedelic Rock

Label

Parlourphone (UK)
Capatol (US)

Songwriter(s)

Nasty-McQuickly

Producer(s)

Archie Macaw

Last single

W.C. Fields Forever / Doubleback Alley

Next single

Hello Get Lost

The broadcast.

Love Life is a 1967 song by the Rutles. A live performance of the song, accompanied by a small studio orchestra, friends and other acquaintances, was broadcast via satellite on TV being watched by over 200 million people in 26 countries.

The song was, erroneously, excluded from the USA release of the album.

Releases[]

Trivia[]

  • While watching the broadcast, if looking closely at the Rutles' eyes, one can see they were heavily under the influence of tea.
  • The intro to the song quotes the Battle Hymn of the Republic.
  • In 2008, Rutallica released a parody titled "Blood Life". In fact, it was released in 14 languages.
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