Them Again is the second album by the Northern Irish band, Them, whose lead singer and songwriter was Van Morrison. The album was released by Decca Records in the UK on 21 January 1966. Two of the original Van Morrison songs included on the album, "My Lonely Sad Eyes" and "Hey Girl", can be seen as precursors to the poetic musings of Morrison's later Astral Weeks album, released in 1968. The song title "My Lonely Sad Eyes" implies that the sad eyes belong to the singer but the lyrics address the singer's love interest. The song "Hey Girl" has a pastoral feel to it, enhanced by the addition of flutes and in Brian Hinton's opinion is a "dry run for 'Cyprus Avenue'" from Astral Weeks. The cover version of Bob Dylan's "It's All Over Now, Baby Blue", is considered by author Clinton Heylin to be "that genuine rarity, a Dylan cover to match the original." Among the Van Morrison originals and cover versions found on the album, three of producer Tommy Scott's original compositions are also included.
01 Could You Would You 02 Something You Got 03 Call My Name 04 Turn On Your Love Light 05 I Put A Spell On You 06 I Can Only Give You Everything 07 My Lonely Sad Eyes 08 I Got A Woman 09 Out Of Sight 10 It's All Over Now 11 Baby Blue 12 Bad Or Good
13 How Long Baby 14 Hello Josephine 15 Don't You Know 16 Hey Girl 17 Bring 'em On In