The album seems to be quite rare as it cannot even be found in the popsike vinyl records auction database.
Tomorrow is a long time
New Orleans rag
Who killed Davy Moore?
Talkin’ John Birch Society blues
Mixed up confusion
Talkin’ bear mountain massacre picnic blues
That’s all Right Mama
I’ll keep it with mine
Sitting on a barbed wire fence
She belongs to me
If you gotta go, go now
But back to the beginning. In 1972. Dub decided to create a “Best of GWW” album culled from tracks on the the albums Stealin’, John Birch, While the establishment burns, Talkin’ bear mountain and Seems like a freeze out. The matrix number was GWW 117 A/B and the later designation 71034.
Square labels version – I believe only the GWW 117 versions have these:
Around 1974, Ken copied this album for the first time – shown here below – and again in 1977, resulting in the ZAP title pictured first at the beginning of this post.