Rare live work from one of our favorite British talents of the 60s – singer/
organist Georgie Fame, a musician who was strongly inspired by American jazz and soul, but quickly took things into a territory that was all his own! Georgie barely cracked our shores during the 60s, but over in the UK, he was a whirlwind
of energy – moving from an initial mix of soul and jazz covers to some wonderful songs of his own – all done here with plenty of his own great instrumentation on the Hammond, in a combo that also features Peter Coe on tenor, Colin Green on guitar, and Speedy Acquaye on congas! The work is very well-recorded – originally broadcast by the BBC, and kept safely on tape for years – and this 2CD version features 64 tracks in all, including some interview bits between the songs. Titles include "Preach & Teach", "Boot Leg", "My Girl", "The World Is Round", "Ride Your Pony", "Monkeying Around", "Something", "Like We Used To Be", "No No", "Point Of No Return", "Telegram", "In The Meantime", "Let The Sunshine In", and "Tell All The World About You".