It was later released on the B-side of the single "I'm Just a Singer (In a Rock and Roll Band)" in 1973.

Due to the complex nature of the song's recording, The Moody Blues can only perform the song live when they are backed by a live orchestra, since Ray Thomas cannot sing and play the flute at the same time.

From Wikipedia: Although "For What It's Worth" is often mistaken as an anti-war song, Stephen Stills was inspired to write the track because of the Sunset Strip curfew riots....

It scored a week at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart, making it Flack's third #1 single.

It also had five weeks at #1 on the Hot Soul Singles chart.

Written in 1970 by all four members of the group (credited as Roger Waters, Richard Wright, Nick Mason, David Gilmour on the original release), "Echoes" provides the extended finale to Pink Floyd's album Meddle.

The track has a running time of and takes up the entire second side of the vinyl recording.Howard Kaylan said: Elenore was a parody of "Happy Together." It was never intended to be a straight-forward song.It was meant as an anti-love letter to White Whale [Records], who were constantly on our backs to bring them another "Happy Together." So I gave them a very skewed version.The Teen Queens recorded the song in 1956, and took it to number three on the R&B Best Seller chart and number fourteen on the Billboard Charts.Other versions of Eddie My Love were also recorded in 1956, by The Chordettes and The Fontane Sisters, these also charted, and by Jo Ann Campbell in 1961.It also appears in shortened form as the fifth track on the compilation album which took its name, Echoes: The Best of Pink Floyd.