In the early sixties,
Georgie Fame had come up through London clubs playing a distinctive blend of R&B, jazz, ska and rock & roll .
This swingin' and supremely catchy instrumental was released on the B-side of Fame's big hit single of 1967, 'The Ballad Of Bonnie & Clyde' - - his only top ten charting 45 in the U.S.
Georgie Fame - Beware Of The Dog
(Epic Records 45, 1967)
(click for audio)
- An Official Georgie Fame Website
- Georgie Fame at All Music.Com
- A 2005 blog entry about this very same B-side, lurking in the archives of Funky16Corners
- A 1965 video clip of Georgie Fame and The Blue Flames performing their earlier hit, 'Yeh Yeh' on Britain's 'Ready, Steady, Go'