David Clayton-Thomas

    1. I got a woman (R. Charles)
    2. Say boss man (E. McDaniels)
    3. Who's been talkin' (D. Clayton-Thomas)
    4. Call it stormy Monday (A. T. Walker)
    5. Done somebody wrong (D. Clayton-Thomas)
    6. Tobacco road (J. D. Loudermilk)
    7. Boom boom (J. Lee Hooker)
    8. Good lovin' (L. Kirkland/D. Taylor/Jesmet)
    9. Poison Ivy (J. Leiber/M. Stoller)
    10. Howlin for my darling (W. Dixon/C. Burnett)

Produced: 1967
Produced by: John Walsh
David sings his favorites bluesstandards from the artists that have influenced him.
His version of ”I got a woman” by Ray Charles is close to the original.
It is obvious that Ray Charles is one of his main influences as a singer.