Shortly after their breakup, Berry was involved in a serious motor-vehicle accident on April 12, 1966, which he survived.
The record label was not satisfied with the finished product and therefore ordered an entire new album cover to be shot by Webster.
Webster shot a new cover with Gibson, John Phillips, Denny Doherty, and Cass Elliot with a fan outside in a field of grass against a white picket fence.
Arriving in London, England, Gibson, Cass Elliot, John Phillips, Denny Doherty, and Lou Adler rented the top half of a large house in Berkeley Square to work in (the downstairs part was rented to Mick Jagger and model Chrissie Shrimpton).
While in England, the band had a series of business meetings, but still made time to party with John Lennon, Paul Mc Cartney, Keith Richards, Brian Jones, and Mick Jagger at Dolly's (the private London rock club that catered to the stars).
"Eleventh Minute" was briefly released in 1997 as the B-side of a 45 rpm record on the Maltshop Records label.