Organist Jimmy McGriff (1936-2008) regularly placed his singles on the R&B charts in the 1960s, beginning with his instrumental version of Ray Charles's I Got a Woman in 1962. That was also the title of his debut album for Sue Records.
One of Mine (1963) was his second album, again containing lots of jukebox and radio ready grooves sure to garner plenty of exposure. The title cut and The Last Minute were the prime singles from this LP. On the flip of the One of Mine 45 was Broadway, in a version considerably shortened from the album cut, which ran about 5:40. The single version is available from the link below.
One of Mine was released on CD by the ever reliable Collectables label in 1996 with this cover:
It is widely available and prices start at less than $5 in the Amazon Marketplace.
Some of McGriff's Sue recordings (Broadway is not among them) are available via downloads from various sources.
From YouTube here's the 45 version of One of Mine. Again, the LP cut is considerably longer.