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


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)
Brother Jack McDuff (1964 – 1965) (track B1)
Brother Jack McDuff (1964-07) (tracks A2, B3)
Brother Jack McDuff (1966-02) (tracks A1, B2)
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)
Nino Oliviero (track A1)
Riz Ortolani (track A1)
Harold Ousley (track B2)
Horace Silver (track B3)
Cole Porter (composer) (1936) (track B1)
Cole Porter (composer) (1936) (track B1)
Lew Futterman (tracks A1–B3)
Norman Newell (track A1)
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: