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Studio Album, released in 1969

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. I Know You Love Me Not (Godding) (2:26)
2. Kiko (McGriff) (6:17)
3. I Didn't Want to Have to Do It (Sebastian) (2:55)
4. Fool Killer (Allison) (1:59)
5. Don't Do It No More (Fox) (2:34)
6. Let's Do It Tonight (Kack) (4:28)
7. Green Onions '65 (Cropper, Jackson, Jones, Steinberg) (3:21)
8. I Know You (Williams) (2:06)
9. Tiger (Auger, Sutton) (2:28)
10. If You Should Ever Leave Me (Newman) (3:14)
11 Oh, Baby Won't You Come Back Home to Croydon, Where Everybody Beedle An' Bo's (Auger, Sutton) 2:19

Total Time 35:07

Line-up / Musicians

- Julie Driscoll / vocals
- Brian Auger / keyboards
- Dave Ambrose / bass guitar
- Clive Thacker / drums

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