Are you sure bout this ???
Added it as LP track in the meantime...
"The existence of a Decca EP and the Philips/Mercury 2LP "Bond In America" are two Bond rumours who surfaced years ago.
The EP rumour probably appeared when the 1974 book "British Beat" mentioned a Decca 1964 EP including the following tracks: "High Heeled Sneakers" (Robert Higgenbotham), "Hoochie Coochie Man" (Willie Dixon), "Little Girl" (Graham Bond), "Long Legged Baby" (Graham Bond) and "Strut Around" (Graham Bond)
Later on the EP was given the catalog number DFE 4616 and a release date, april 21. However - at that point the tunes weren`t even recorded!
It´s also worth mentioning that the Decca compilation album "Rhythm & Blues" - which later included the five tracks - had the catalog number LK 4616. A 1964 Decca EP would have been in their 8500 series...
The late Dick Heckstall-Smith had otherwise no recollection of this EP."