Before Raffi Cavoukian performed with children, he recorded and released his first album on March 6, 1975 called "Good Luck Boy" for adults. This album is now out-of-print and was never released on CD format.
This album was made in limited print and was never officially released on CD, making it extremely hard to find. It has, as such, faded into obscurity.
- Play Melancholy Baby Sweetheart
- Streets of London
- Sleep Song
- Good Luck Boy
- Feel Like a Million
- Fakin' It Blooze
- Yonge Street
- Impressions of Armenia (Instrumental)
- Thinking Only of You
- I'll Be There in the Morning
- Lance Bennett - Harmonica
- Pat Godfrey - Piano
- Ben Mink - Violin, Fiddle
- Bill Usher - Drums, Percussion
- Curly Boy Stubbs - 2nd Guitar
- Mary Chapman - Backing Vocals
- Trevor McHattie - Cello
- Gene Fablo - Electric bass on "Country Song" and "Sleep Song" and Acoustic bass on "Fakin' It Blooze"
- Paul Fortier - Electric bass on "Streets of London", "Good Luck Boy" and "Thinking Only of You"
- Pee Wee Charles - Pedal Steel Guitar
- Raffi - Vocals and Acoustic Guitar
- Raffi could have called his first song "The Country Song" instead of "Play Melancholy Baby Sweetheart" as it's added on the record and back cover.