The first single, Let Me Love, Let Me Live, released in October 1969, made it to a number one position in the French charts, but it was the B-side Marie Jolie that was most popular in the rest of Europe.
The title track It's Five O'clock quickly followed the same path; released in December 1969, it did well in the charts of many European countries. Dream-like, baroque, carefully crafted pop/psych with English lyrics, in some ways very much in the style of English bands of the era, but with that little twist that makes it very special.
three bonus tracks include rare singles; lyrics and photos too in the 16-page booklet.
|1||It's Five O'Clock||3:33|
|3||Take Your Time||2:41|
|5||Let Me Love, Let Me Live||4:45|
|7||Good Time So Fine||2:48|
|9||Such A Funny Night||4:37|
|11||Spring, Summer, Winter And Fall||4:56|