England’s Newest Hitmakers
With the British invasion of America in full swing the band were announced as England’s Newest Hit Makers.
Released to coincide with the Stones’ arrival in New York City on 1st June 1964, where they began their first US tour. The band played to very small audiences in the eight cities. The tracklisting is the same as their eponymous first UK release, but it includes the Womack and Womack classic, “Not Fade Away”. The inclusion of the hit song and good airplay helped the album make no. 11 in the Billboard Top 50.
|1||Not Fade Away|
|2||(Get Your Kicks On) Route 66|
|3||I Just Want to Make Love to You|
|4||Honest I Do|
|5||Now I’ve Got a Witness (Like Uncle Phil and Uncle Gene)|
|6||Little By Little|
|7||I’m a King Bee|
|10||Can I Get a Witness|
|11||You Can Make It If You Try|
|12||Walking the Dog|