- Little Richard’s mid-sixties comeback album, augmented with several masters previously unissued on vinyl.
- His most frantic recordings besides his classic hits from the 1950s and most likely the best LP album he ever recorded.
- Little Richard was ranked world's #1 Rock 'n' Roller by both, Lemmy of Motörhead and John Lennon of Beatles fame.
- Essential 1960s Northern Soul classic, originally released in early 1967 on OKeh Records.
- Includes I Don't Wanna Discuss It, a Northern Soul anthem later covered by Rod Stewart
- Includes Get Down And Get With It, later a glam rock smash for Slade.
- Produced by Larry Williams and Johnny ’Guitar’ Watson.
- DeLuxe 2-LP set with gatefold sleeve, new liner notes and previously unpublished photos.
- Pristine sound quality, carefully re-mastered for 180gram vinyl release..
- Original LP album plus bonus 12“ 45RPM album containing original non-album tracks and outtakes.
I Don't Want To Discuss It / Land Of A Thousand Dances / The Commandments Of Love / Money / Poor Dog (Who Can't Wag His Own Tail)
I Need Love / Never Gonna Let You Go / Don't Deceive Me (Please Don't Go) / Function At The Junction / Well All Right
Side C (45RPM)
Hurry Sundown / A Little Bit Of Something (Beats A Whole Lot Of Nothing) / Golden Arrow
Side D (45RPM)
Rocking Chair / Get Down With It / Rose Mary / Hound Dog
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