• The Inspirations – Feeling Blue
    • Winston Sinclair & Hippy Boys – Come On Little Girl
    • 1. Feeling Blue
    • 2. Winston Sinclair & Hippy Boys – Come On Little Girl

    Originally released in Jamaica in 1970 on a rare outlet of the Pama label, there credited to the Hot Spurs, this is actually the Inspirations, Jimmy London and Billy Dice. B-side came out in the UK on the Palmers Nu Beat label.

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