Little Games is an album by English blues rock band The Yardbirds, released in 1967 (see 1967 in music). Successful singles producer Mickie Most was called in to assist The Yardbirds on what was to be their final album before the group disbanded in 1968.
Jimmy Page used his guitar-bowing technique on "Tinker Tailor Soldier Sailor" and "Glimpses". The song "White Summer" would later be performed live at Led Zeppelin concerts as a medley with "Black Mountain Side".
The album peaked at #80 on Billboard's Pop Albums chart.
The album title track is the first of several tracks that producer Mickie Most would exempt Chris Dreja and Jim McCarty from participating in.
The Yardbirds' U.S. Epic record label, having made several printing errors with Yardbirds material in the past, made yet several more with this album. Chris Dreja's surname on all his songwriting credits for this album was misspelled on the LP labels as "Ereja". This misprint also appears on the U.S. "Drinking Muddy Water" single and the tracks "Smile On Me" and "Drinking Muddy Water" from the 1970 Epic Records compilation The Yardbirds Featuring Performances By Jeff Beck, Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page.
The U.S. single of "Little...