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Boxset/Compilation, released in 2001

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. I Should've Known (7:43)
2. We Know What You Mean (2:56)
3. I'm So Low (2:30)
4. Clarence In Wonderland (2:50)
5. Hope for Happiness (4:26)
6. I Should've Known (2:44)
7. We Know What You Mean (3:04)
8. She's Gone (2:36)
9. Save Yourself (2:08)
10. Lullaby Letter (9:30)
11. I Should've Known (5:33)
12. A Certain Kind (3:29)
13. Clarence In Wonderland (4:25)
14. May I? (2:43)
15. We Know What You Mean (3:02)
16. Hope For Happiness (13:22)

Total Time: 73:01

Line-up / Musicians

- Robert Wyatt / drums, voice
- Mike Ratledge / organ, piano
- Kevin Ayers / bass, guitar, voice
- Daevid Allen / guitar, voice (tracks 1,3,6,8)

Releases information

Track 14 a.k.a. `Bossa Nova Express´
Tracks 1,3-8,12: various UK studios 1967.
Tracks 2,11: European studio 1967.
Tracks 9-10, 13-16: Middle Earth and Speakeasy Clubs, London, UK, 1967.

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