If you aren't familiar with The Box Tops, they were a 60's pop/rock group best known for their widely covered single "The Letter." Two of my favorite covers of the song were done by Joe Cocker and Peter Tosh. This single is from 1969, two years after "The Letter."
The a-side is a cover of a Bob Dylan song that I particularly like which is one of the main reasons I bought this one. The Tops produced a good take on the song but the the more exciting track on this disc is found on the b-side. "I Must Be The Devil" is a 6/8 piano driven blues rhythm and is a much more aggressive song than the a-side. I also find it funny that the a-side's suggests a sort of religious faith and the b-side sings of the devil.
Listen & download here:
A-side: The Box Tops - I Shall Be Released
B-side: The Box Tops - I Must Be The Devil
If you like these two, try Jim Ford