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Not to be confused with Paddy Roberts' LP of the same name. Strictly for Grown Ups EP by Paddy Roberts Released 1959 Genre Jazz Language English Label Decca Records Strictly for Grown Ups is an EP by Paddy Roberts, released in 1959. The EP is a 7-inch vinyl record and released in mono with the catalogue number DFE 6584.[1] Strictly for Grown Ups was the UK number-one EP for 19 weeks, having 6 stints at number one (the longest being 12 weeks) between April to November 1960. Contents 1 Track listing 2 Background 3 Chart performance 4 References Track listing Side A "The Ballad Of Bethnal Green" (Paddy Roberts) "L'Anglais Avec Son Sang-Froid" (Roberts) Side B "Follow Me" (Roberts) "Love Isn't What It Used to Be" (Roberts) Background All four singles were included on the LP of the same name.[2] None of the tracks were released as singles in the UK.[3] Chart performance Beginning in 1960s, in addition to publishing a long play (LP) chart, Record Retailer also ran an EP chart.[4] Strictly for Grown Ups was released in 1959 and became a number-one EP on 30 April 1960.[5] Replacing Cliff Richard and The Shadow's EP Expresso Bongo at the top of the chart, it stayed there for one week, was replaced by Emile Ford's eponymous EP Emile, regained the top spot the following week, before being kept of the chart for another two weeks by Emile. Strictly For Grown Ups returned for a 12-week stint at number one beginning in June, was dislodged another Roberts' EP (Paddy Roberts Strikes Again) for two weeks. From September to November, spent a further five weeks at number one in three stints each time being replaced and replacing the Highlights from South Pacific soundtrack.[5] References Footnotes ^ "Paddy Roberts (2) - Strictly for Grown Ups (Vinyl)". Discogs. Retrieved 28 May 2011.  ^ "Paddy Roberts (2) - Strictly for Grown Ups (Vinyl, LP)". Discogs. Retrieved 28 May 2011.  ^ "Artist Chart History: Paddy Roberts". The Official Charts Company. Retrieved 28 May 2011.  ^ Warwick, Kutner & Brown 2004, p. viii. ^ a b Warwick, Kutner & Brown 2004, p. 24. Sources Warwick, Neil; Kutner, Jon; Brown, Tony (2004). The Complete Book Of The British Charts: Singles and Albums (3rd ed.). London: Omnibus Press. ISBN 1-84449-058-0.