An unidentified girl group sing “Ring around The Rosie”. Part soul and part garage, it’s quite an unusual organ-led mix and possibly why the song didn’t get a release. Or did it? Felsted Music Corp was a music publishing arm of Decca/London in the UK, which made some inroads into the USA. It takes its name from the Essex village in which the founder of Decca, Sir Edward Lewis, lived. Songs published by Felsted include The Flirtations “Nothing but a heartache” and (oddly), Jackie Lee’s Northern Soul classic, “The Duck”.