On April 1, 1966, “Pye Records” released “Do anything you say”, the debut David Bowie single. Bowie had previously recorded as David Jones and The Lower Third. Composition “Good morning girl” is the B side of the single. Bowie (vocals, guitar) is accompanied by John Hutchinson (guitar), Derek Fearnley (bass), John Eager (drums) and Derek Boyes (keyboards). The single is produced by Tony Hatch.