Tracklist

12" Vinyl 1
# Title Rating Length
A1 More 6:28
A2 Lew' Piece 8:20
B1 You'd Be So Easy to Love 4:50
B2 That's When We Thought of Love 4:22
B3 Opus de Funk 6:55

Credits

12" Vinyl 1

recorded in:
New York, New York, United States (1964-07) (tracks A2, B3)
New York, New York, United States (1966-02) (tracks A1, B2)
drums (drum set):
Joe Dukes (American jazz drummer) (1964 – 1965) (track B1)
Joe Dukes (American jazz drummer) (1964-07) (tracks A2, B3)
Joe Dukes (American jazz drummer) (1966-02) (tracks A1, B2)
organ:
Brother Jack McDuff (1964 – 1965) (track B1)
Brother Jack McDuff (1964-07) (tracks A2, B3)
Brother Jack McDuff (1966-02) (tracks A1, B2)
guitar:
Eddie Diehl (1964 – 1965) (track B1)
George Benson (jazz guitarist/singer) (1964-07) (tracks A2, B3)
George Benson (jazz guitarist/singer) (1966-02) (track B2)
Pat Martino (American jazz guitarist) (1966-02) (track A1)
tenor saxophone:
Harold Vick (1964 – 1965) (track B1)
Red Holloway (1964-07) (tracks A2, B3)
Harold Ousley (1966-02) (tracks A1, B2)
composer:
Nino Oliviero (track A1)
Riz Ortolani (track A1)
Harold Ousley (track B2)
Horace Silver (track B3)
Cole Porter (composer) (1936) (track B1)
lyricist:
Cole Porter (composer) (1936) (track B1)
producer:
Lew Futterman (tracks A1–B3)
translator:
Norman Newell (track A1)
writer:
publisher:
Chappell Music Ltd. (track B1)
Chappell (company that specialized in library and production music) (track B1)
Warner Chappell Music Ltd. (no slash; used 1988–1996) (track B1)
cover recording of:
Easy to Love (1964 – 1965) (track B1)
Opus de Funk (1964-07) (track B3)
More (English translation) (1966-02) (track A1)
later translated versions:
part of:
Born to Dance (track B1)
recording of:
Lew's Piece (1964-07) (track A2)
That's When We Thought of Love (1966-02) (track B2)
translated version of: