Got Love If You Want It. This track was written and recorded by James Moore, a US blues singer, better known as Slim Harpo. It was the b-side to his 1959 single I'm a King Bee. We open up with a fairly mellow groove and the harmonica holding the attention.... I'm guessing this is Ray putting on a slightly effected vocal. I like this track, and I am sure I know some other versions of this, but they aren't coming to mind at the moment. We have the mellow gentle kind of groove going on for a couple of run throughs and the we get a burst of adrenaline with the band kicking it in, and a harmonica break taking the lead. This leads back to the mellow reflections of the vocal sections, and then again we burst into a bit of a rave up, and the harmonica takes the lead. We modulate keys and and we get the vocal fire up at the end of the rave up and then we mellow out again for the fade out. Perhaps the Kinks were the greatest blues or R&B band, but I like their version of this track, and it ends the album pretty well, in my opinion.