The second single by The Yardbirds stalled just outside the top 40 and like their debut is quite difficult to find. Both songs have got the English R&B template that was very popular at the time but without a hit The Yardbirds would struggle to expand their horizons outside of the London area.
'Good Morning Little Schoolgirl' is notable for a killer Eric Clapton guitar break that elevates the song above average. The flip 'I Ain't Got You' is a bluesy shuffle with another classy guitar break and harmonica by (presumably) Keith Relf.
I have scanned the pictures of The Yardbirds from my Teenbeat annual. I've never seen these pics anywhere else before. The old fashioned road lights being a relic of history. It's funny seeing someone as serious as Eric Clapton holding one up with a smirk on his face.