Grand Funk RailroadGrand Funk

Label:Capitol Records – SKAO-406
Vinyl, LP, Album, Scranton Pressing, Gatefold
Style:Hard Rock, Classic Rock


A1Got This Thing On The Move4:35
A2Please Don't Worry
Written-ByDon Brewer, Mark Farner
A3High Falootin' Woman2:58
A4Mr. Limousine Driver4:25
A5In Need7:53
B1Winter And My Soul6:35
B3Inside Looking Out
Written-ByA. Lomax*, B. Chandler*, E. Burdon*, J. Lomax*

Companies, etc.



Capitol Records Pressing Plant, Scranton pressing variant of original US release as indicated
by a runout stamp with "IAM" inside a triangle.

Additionally, the typesetting layout on the labels may differ
from the other similar plant variants of this release.

All selections published by Storybook Music except B3 which is published by LUDLOW/Slamina.

Gatefold sleeve
Green target label

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): SKAO 1-406
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): SKAO 2-406
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A, etched except 'IAM' stamp): ST1-406-B2 #2 ['IAM' in triangle]
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B, etched except 'IAM' stamp): ST2-406-A1 ['IAM' in triangle]

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Grand Funk (LP, Album, Gatefold)Capitol RecordsSKAO-406Canada1969
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Grand Funk (LP, Album, Club Edition)Capitol Records, Capitol RecordsSKAO-406, SKAO-8-0406US1969
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Grand Funk (LP, Album, Winchester)Capitol RecordsSKAO-406US1969
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Grand Funk (LP, Album, Green labels)Capitol RecordsST 406Australia1969
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Grand Funk (LP, Album)Capitol RecordsSTAO 406South Africa1969



  • BAWickham65's avatar
    The best Grand Funk album! Get the late 70's, early 80's re-issue on the dark green label, it has very nice high quality vinyl. I have an early Canadian collectors pipeline CD version that is also very nice.
    • ceegargeorge's avatar
      I have to agree with jacoboxsi, this album kicks so much hard core soulful metal, huge jam album and one of my fave GFR albums! The bass on this album id amazing. Raw recording more than likely off a eight track recorder
      • joemerrick's avatar
        I own a copy if this record labeled 3C 062 80357 printed in Italy. Label is black with silver lettering. 22-4-70 is printed on the matrix runout. Do I have to add it?
        • wholesome_quality's avatar
          It is albums like Grand Funk that make you understand why that period between 1965-1975 pumped out the best jams. And, that is an opinion from someone born in the early 80's! All the fuzz and seemingly endless jamming on this record apparently provided the blueprint for scores of bands in the future. I could listen to "Winter and my soul" once a day, every day for the rest of my life.
          • jacoboxsi's avatar
            One bad-fucking-ass album. A definite must have for the early metal/jam band listener. There are some seriously incredible early metal tracks on this record and some huge hints at what became Doom Metal in the years to follow. Really awesome material for a bar dj or for those days spent at home, wishing that major recording artists put as much heart and soul into one song as Grand Funk does in one album. If you have the means, a definite recommendation to anyone who's a fan of, or wish to discover more bands like Sabbath, Cream, and Deep Purple and even into modern groups such as The Mars Volta and Tame Impala.


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