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Going Back  from the album "Keep a Clear Head"
Wagon Train  from the album "Keep a Clear Head"
Today Is For My Tears  from the album "Keep a Clear Head"
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Boogie Woogie Queen recorded for "The Alabama album" Yet to be mastered.
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Boozy Queen from the album
"The Boston Tapes"
This is the original version from The Boston Tapes. It was re-recorded a year later as a B side for "Whei Ling Ty Lou"
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Live On. from album
"The Boston Tapes"
Recorded in 1971 and went under the pseudonym of "Ben Turpin" It was re-recorded a year later as the single "Live On" for B&C Records, but remained unreleased
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I Will Never Turn My Back On You  from the album
"Take Some Music"
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Monkey Time  from the album "Take Some Music"
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I Ain't Gonna Eat Out My Heart Anymore
from the Johnny Walker's BBC Radio 2 program March 28th 2009
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Make Me Take Me.
(recorded in 1972 as the B side to "Live On"). John's voice was put on in 1973
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Turn Out The Light  from the album
"Savage Amusement"
Originally written by Tez and Dave during the recording of "The Boston Tapes" but was never recorded. It surfaced in 1974 while recording in Alabama. This version was recorded in 1976 in Morgan Studio, London
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Seven Golden Daffodils-The Cherokees
(Produced by Mickie Most)
Released in 1964. This entered the UK charts at No 17. It was the bands only hit. Two years later they changed their name to New York Public Library. In 1996 they re-recorded this for the "Take Some Music" album