Ooh Poo Pah Doo is a Japanese extended play single with two tracks from the album Come Together and two from the album Workin’ Together. Three of them were previously released as singles. The title track Ooh Poo Pah Doo was already a single in 1964 under the slightly different title Ooh Poop A Doo and once again in 1971. „Honky Tonk Women“ was the b-side from the single Come Together in 1970. The Creedence Clearwater cover Proud Mary was Ike & Tina’s most successful single in 1971 and I Want To Take You Higher was also a single in 1970.
Producer: Ike Turner
Format: 7“ Vinyl EP (33 rpm)