A big bichromatic use of Nicola Russo’s Gemma, with the outer lines colored in yellow, adding a fiery glow to the band name in red. The song titles are in a variant of Gill Sans Extra Bold, with tailless forms for u and t and single-story ones for a and g. These alternates must have been available from some German type provider in the 1970s, and also appear on various covers from WERGO’s studio reihe neuer musik.
“You Can Make Me Dance, Sing or Anything (Even Take the Dog for a Walk, Mend a Fuse, Fold Away the Ironing Board, or Any Other Domestic Shortcomings)” was the last official single by British rock group Faces. […] Released under the group title, Rod Stewart and the Faces, the single reached number 12 over Christmas 1974 in the UK Singles Chart. The song still holds the record for the longest song-title ever to hit the UK chart.