Robin Jolley was called into Fable Records to re-work the lead vocal of a Brian Cadd song "Marshall’s Portable Music Machine”, which was a Tokyo Song Festival entry in 1972. The original Cadd vocals surface in places just beneath Jolley’s and you can still here Cadd’s vocal in the chorus. After this was done Robin thought he would fade into obscurity but the single went to number one in Melbourne and top ten in Japan which made him a one hit wonder there. Robin went on to do a bit of television acting in 1977 in the “Young Ramsay”. Here out of 1973 in the Robin Jolley EP (FBEP 187) released on Fable Records which also includes the Japanese version of “Marshall’s Portable Music Machine”. All the songs on this EP were penned by Brian Cadd & Don Mudie, Jolley went on to release a heap of singles for Fable as well as Festival and Lewis & Young Records as well as a LP for Fable.