You'd better run on side two was recorded in 1966 when Plant was a singer with a band called Listen. Our song was done as a solo artist one year later in 1967 and it was an English version of an Italian song called La musica è finita. The next two songs, both demos and covers including William Roberts' Hey Joe, and Stephen Stills' For what it's worth, were done by a group named Band of Joy and features Robert Plant and John Bonham. Philadelphia Baby and Road to the sun feature Phil Collins on drums. The Cure's Porl Thompson played guitar on three songs on this album, Dirt in a hole, Darkness, Darkness and Tim Buckley's Song to the siren. And as for the song Win my train fare home, Thompson did contribute on the writing of that song but did not play on that live version. Jimmy Page also played on four songs, Tall Cool One, The Honeydrippers' Sea of love, Heaven Knows and Rainer Ptacek's Rude World. Also featured on that album, a song with Afro Celt Sound System, Life Begin Again. And finally, the song Operator was recorded with Alexis Korner on guitar and backing vocals, Robert Plant on vocals and harmonica and Steve Miller on piano in 1968 and is also available on an album called "A new generation of blues".