For a Christmas present, my sweetness in life purchased this record in Japan for me. It's not exactly a Scott Walker solo recording or even a Walker Brothers release. It's a recording made my Scott Engels and John Maus before they formed The Walker Brothers. And to make it even more confusing, the record list John as "John Stewart." It's not. Although Scott, I believe, was a good friend of John Stewart in those days (the early 60s.).
Maus and Scott Walker must have recorded this not that far off from the Walker Brothers. It has a strong Phil Spector production sound, and I think it's more Maus singing lead than Scott. But the Scott presence is very much part of this recording. The flip side is an instrumental with a strong Jet Harris type of bass sound. That, I have to presume is Scott playing the bass. A cool record, with even a cooler record sleeve, which sounds incredible for a vinyl from 1966 - which I'm sure was released, both in Europe and Japan, due to the popularity of the Walker Brothers.