EMI/PARLOPHONE records (uk)1967 PMC7026
In 1965, Goins left Korner to front another band, the Nightimers
(or, sometimes, Night-Timers) (formed July 1964), after their
singer Ronnie Jones left. The group quickly gained a reputation,
especially among Mods, as one of the hottest R&B bands in the UK.
Band members included Mick Eve (tenor saxophone) (born Michael Eve,
21 September 1937, Walthamstow, North East London), Mike Carr (keyboards),
Harry Beckett (trumpet), David Price (bass), Bill Stephens (drums),
and Speedy Acquaye (congas). In 1966, Herbie Goins and the
Night-Timers recorded "No. 1 In Your Heart", written by Clyde Wilson
(who recorded as Steve Mancha) and Wilburt Jackson, and first
recorded by Motown group The Monitors.
A1 Outside Of Heaven
A2 Look At Granny Run Run
A3 I Don't Mind
A4 Pucker Up Buttercup
A5 Coming Home To You
A6 No. 1 In Your Heart
B1 (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
B2 Good Good Lovin'
B4 Knock On Wood
B5 Thirty Six-Twenty Two-Thirty Six
B6 Turn On Your Love Light