Here's another one of those singles that I thought was a rarity, but is just relatively unknown in the United States. This song hit #2 on the West German and #3 on the UK pop charts in '74, but at only #53 here in the US this is never going to get played on any commercial radio station. My copy is a German pressing on the GTO label.
Fox was a multinational band put together by American songwriter/producer Kenny Young, and featured Australian Susan Traynor (using the stage name "Noosha Fox") on vocals, which in her case includes suggestive inhaling.
The hit has a loping beat, a softer side of dance-able glam-pop number that approaches, but never reaches, a reggae grove. I bet they dug this at Rodney Bingehheimer's English Disco. The B-side is more a psych-pop by way of glam ballad track and has quite the lysergic lyric, although if I had to pick a drug that was in the studio at the time I'd have to go quaaludes. Despite - or is it because of? - this description I like both sides. Now I'd like to hear the '75 LP.
Get out of your body.