Terry Dactyl On the subject of this, J Edward Oliver writes: The Seaside Shuffle ad was one of a series of handouts I did for UK Records, to be sent to Radio DJs to try and persuade them to play the record. This was one of the most successful. A huge poster of it was displayed on the wall of UK Records. However I didn't draw that - it was a copy of my drawing that I think must have been done in France: I notice it was signed "D'aprés JEO" - "After JEO"). I drew the original in a huge rush: I think it was on my thirtieth birthday and I was in a hurry to join my friends in the pub. I seem to remember I received £15 for the handout. I've always been underpaid.