Shopping are propulsive bass
lines, primitive disco-not-disco
drums and guitar lines sharp as
broken glass. The band was
formed in 2012 by members
Rachel Aggs (guitar), Billy Easter
(bass) and Andrew Milk (drums),
who’ve all done time in a
plethora of notable UK DIY
bands including Trash Kit and
Wet Dog. They pull from a well of
70’s post-punk with a voraciousness seldom seen these days,
bringing to mind the jagged
aggression of Gang of Four, the
voracious yelp of The Slits and
the dance inducing thrust of
Delta 5 and ESG.
The band released a 7 inch single shortly after forming, which sold out within a week. The
band’s self-released debut LP, put out via their own MILK records in the UK has received
whole-hearted acclaim, selling out their 1000 piece run in just a few months by hand
delivering them to top-tier UK shops, who couldn’t seem to get enough of their groove
riding, tough talking, life-loving post-punk funk. Now the band have signed on to FatCat,
with a new LP on the way later in 2015 and to introduce the band stateside we’re making
their self-released album available here for the first time.
The band are tirelessly committed to taking their sound to new audiences and spreading
the Shopping gospel, securing impressive gigs along the way including main support for
ESG and Gang Of Four as well as main support on Merchandise’s 2014 UK tour. Fully
entrenched in the vibrant UK DIY community Shopping are all about being as productive
and creative as possible and as such they've been described by the NME as a “band you
need to hear.”
1. Any Answers
2. In Other Words
3. We Say You Pay
4. Get Going
5. Moyet’s Voice
6. Hard As Nails
7. Long Way Home
8. Right Now
9. For Your Money
10. Hanover Cure
11. Santa Monica Place
12. You Are a Sort (Don’t Call Me)
"This is one of Joe Farrell's finest recordings. Switching between tenor, soprano and flute, Farrell had to be good because he was joined in the pianoless trio by bassist Jimmy Garrison and drummer Elvin Jones. The group performs two standards, three Garrison originals and one by Farrell; it is a tossup as to who takes honors. Farrell is in consistently creative form but Garrison's occasional solos and Jones's polyrhythmic accompaniment are also noteworthy."
- Scott Yanow (All Music)
1. In the Truth
2. What Is This?
5. Sometimes Joie
6. We'll Be Together Again
Sophomore album from the former Runaways member and Rock 'N' Roll icon. Joan Jett has been a force in Pop Culture since she was 15 years old. She is an originator, an innovator, a leader and a visionary. Not only is she an accomplished singer/songwriter/guitarist with eight platinum and gold albums and nine top 40 singles, she also has her own independent label, Blackheart Records.
1. I Love Rock 'n' Roll
2. (I'm Gonna) Run Away
3. Love Is Pain
5. Crimson and Clover
6. Victim of Circumstance
7. Bits and Pieces
8. Be Straight
9. You're Too Possessive
Universal Music will release Marvin Gaye‘s first seven studio albums in a new vinyl box set titled 1961-1965.
The collection kicks off with the soul legend’s Motown debut The Soulful Moods of Marvin Gaye (1961) which is full of jazz/pop standards from the like of Irving Berlin and Cole Porter, while the second album, That Stubborn Kinda Fellow (1962) moves into R&B with Gaye co-writing many tracks including the song that launched Paul Young‘s career, Wherever I Lay My Hat (That’s My Home).
When I’m Alone I Cry (1964) is a product of Gaye’s early battles with Berry Gordy over direction, with the singer again reluctant to embrace a soul/R&B sound and instead focusing on being a jazz vocalist. Together (1964) with Mary Wells was Gaye’s first top 40 album in the US pop charts and the collection of show tunes and standards did provide a couple of top 20 singles. Hello Broadway was a third album in that year and a switch back to soul/R&B for How Sweet It Is To Be Loved By You (1965) gave Marvin Gaye his first really big hit single, thanks to the Holland-Dozier-Holland penned title track. This vinyl box is completed by Gaye’s Tribute To Nat King Cole which was released in November 1965 just nine months after Cole’s death.
Marvin Gaye expert Harry Weinger has overseen this set which sees many of these early records back in print on vinyl for the first time in quite a while.
Track Listing: Albums included:
The Soulful Moods of Marvin Gaye (1961)
That Stubborn Kinda Fellow (1963)
When I’m Alone I Cry (1964)
Hello Broadway (1964)
Together – Marvin Gaye and Mary Wells (1964)
How Sweet It Is to Be Loved by You (1965)
A Tribute to the Great Nat “King” Cole (1965)
Call it a generous fluency, an affable virtuosity. Call it a true band spirit. The best bands have all had something that can't be forced: A refined mastery of music and a willingness to converse through music. That's what you hear, above all, on bassist Ben Williams' sophomore recording, Coming of Age: The sound of a musician who's cultivated an authentic rapport with some of the best young players in New York City.
"We have these group texts that we send to each other all the time,” Williams says of his band, Sound Effect. “We're just as entertaining to each other off stage as on. If there were ever a reality show about jazz, we'd be good candidates for it!”
Coming of Age for the 30-year-old Williams means playing a lively role among his peers and a vital part in the music world at large. After winning the prestigious Monk Institute Competition in 2009, Williams got busy turning his youthful promise into real achievement. “My career as a bandleader and composer started from the moment I won,” he says. “I had this opportunity to say something—and an obligation, too.” In 2011 Williams delivered a debut album, State Of Art, to great critical acclaim and toured widely as a bandleader with Sound Effect. He became a sought after and beloved sideman, playing so many sets at one year's Winter Jazzfest that he rarely left the stage. Most impressively, he assumed a highly-coveted place in guitarist Pat Metheny's Unity Band. “Ben has a fearless and open-minded approach to what music can be,” Metheny has said. “A wonderful combination of skills.”
For all his strides in bandleading and performing, on the track Coming of Age Williams shows his greatest growth as a composer. “Composing seems like a nebulous thing,” he says. “But the ability to translate a feeling into actual music, takes a lot of doing it, a lot of practice. Which chord is going to invoke this feeling? What's the best key for this idea?” And Williams has some big ideas and feelings to convey, necessitating heavy skill in musical translation and storytelling. On “Toy Soldiers,” for example, a martial rhythm and chantlike riff send a message about the sacrifices of war. He wrote the uplifting “Strength And Beauty” on the day of the 2012 Newtown school shooting.
“The tragic news hit me hard, and this tune came to me as a way of feeling my way through the tragedy. The title was inspired later, when I saw how [jazz saxophonist] Jimmy Greene and his family responded to losing their daughter at Newtown. Their pain is something most of us can't even imagine, but the way Jimmy held it together and became a beacon of light and true strength was an inspiration to everyone.”
Williams takes a page from the Miles Davis school of bandleading by encouraging his band members to compose in the studio, too. For the R&B tribute anthem “Voice of Freedom (for Mandela),” Williams enlisted the smooth soulfulness of singer-songwriter Goapele—and then headed in to record the song with a characteristically open mind. In the studio, saxophonist Marcus Strickland contributed an on-the-spot horn arrangement with the sunny harmony of a South African choir.
As much as Williams writes in response to politics and current events, his compositions are a respectful celebration of the musical past, too. The driving samba rhythms of “Forecast” are an homage to the jazz fusion group Weather Report, with the tune's melody inspired by Wayne Shorter's “Over Shadow Hill Way.” Williams's fluid fretless grooves on “Half Steppin’” recall Jaco Pastorius's “Teen Town.”
Williams sees covers of pop tunes as a bestowal to the jazz canon. “I always like to contribute new repertoire to the jazz songbook,” says Williams. “For me it's very important to shout out all the young, new songs coming out.” His gift on this album is a moving instrumental version of Lianne La Havas’ breakup ballad “Lost & Found.” Guest trumpeter Christian Scott communicates the contained heartache of La Havas's song lyrics, with a lightly arranged string quartet adding the right amount of solace.
Coming of Age concludes with the sweeping title tune, a showcase for Williams's broad stylistic range. “I wanted 'Coming of Age' to feel big,” he says. “I was thinking of it in movements, as a kind of mini-symphony.” In the final section of “Coming of Age,” Williams picks up a bow for the only time on the record, filtering the sound to other worldly but soulful effect. “The vibe I was going for at the end was Prince,” Williams says. “I wanted it to feel sonically transformed, tripped out.” It's an auspicious end to an accomplished sophomore recording, with Williams' bowed strings sauntering off into the stars to explore for the next album.
Whatever comes next for Ben Williams, it's sure to be as engaging as it is virtuosic. As an artist who's come of age, Williams' raw talent has evolved into musical grace, conviction, and power. He's a musician in meaningful dialogue with his band Sound Effect, with current events, with musical styles past and present, and finally, with his listeners.
“My favorite thing is when someone comes up to me who's heard my music and they're singing one of my tunes,” Williams enthuses. “Humming a melody! That's the best feeling in the world, when one of my tunes has stuck in someone's head.”
1. Black Villain Music
2. Voice of Freedom (for Mandela) featuring Goapele
3. Toy Soldiers
4. Lost & Found
5. Half Steppin'
6. Smells Like Teen Spirit
7. Toy Soldiers (Reprise)
8. Coming of Age
Chris Stapleton’s highly anticipated solo debut album, Traveller, will be released on Mercury Records Nashville. As a special preview, a behind-the-scenes album trailer can now be viewed here.
Already a world-renowned songwriter, Stapleton has enjoyed five #1 hits including the five-week No. 1 “Never Wanted Nothing More” recorded by Kenny Chesney, George Strait’s “Love’s Gonna Make it Alright” and Luke Bryan’s “Drink A Beer,” which Stapleton recently performed with Lady Antebellum at the recent CMT “Artists of the Year” show (watch the performance here).
Recorded at Nashville’s historic RCA Studio A (with additional production at The Castle and Blackbird Studio), Traveller was produced by Dave Cobb (Sturgill Simpson, Jason Isbell) and recorded by Vance Powell (Jack White). In addition to renditions of Dean Dillon and Linda Hargrove’s “Tennessee Whiskey” and Don Sampson’s “Was It 26,” the album features twelve original songs, including fan-favorite “Sometimes I Cry.” Last night, during a special album reveal party, Stapleton returned to RCA Studio A to record a new version of “Sometimes I Cry” live-to-tape in front of an audience—allowing a unique, once-in-a-lifetime glimpse inside the making of the album. The track is currently being mastered and will be added to the final track-listing very shortly.
Of his inspiration behind the record, Stapleton comments, “This record was made standing on the shoulders of friends, family, and heroes. I hope people enjoy listening to it as much as I’ve enjoyed making it.”
Over the course of his acclaimed career, Stapleton has penned over 170 album cuts, including songs recorded by Adele, Tim McGraw, Brad Paisley and Dierks Bentley, and has such notable co-writers as Vince Gill, Peter Frampton and Sheryl Crow among others. Additionally, Stapleton has shared the stage with such respected artists as Gill, Alison Krauss, Marty Stuart, Emmylou Harris and more. As lead vocalist for critically acclaimed bluegrass band The SteelDrivers, Stapleton earned three Grammy nominations including “Best Bluegrass Album,” as well as an International Bluegrass Music Association Award for“Emerging Artist of the Year.” He’s also won eight ASCAP Awards and has contributed to the soundtracks of several feature films including “Cars 2” and “Valentine’s Day.”
2. Fire Away
3. Tennessee Whiskey
5. Whiskey And You
6. Nobody To Blame
7. More Of You
8. When The Stars Come Out
9. Daddy Doesn't Pray Anymore
10. Might As Well Get Stoned
11. Was It 26
12. The Devil Named Music
13. Outlaw State Of Mind
14. Sometimes I Cry
With a touch of Robyn Hitchcock in his vocal timbre, a smidgen of Steve Earle in his narratives and instrumental writing, and a heap of Gram Parsons in the fullness of his overall sound and structure, Ryan Adams steps well above Whiskeytown with Heartbreaker, his solo debut. By turns raucous, wistful, raspy, and simply sweet, Adams makes the most of a top-shelf acoustic band, including Gillian Welch and David Rawlings and even a guest spot from Emmylou Harris on the tenderly yearning "Oh My Sweet Caroline." There's little dependence on the usual alt-country twang and a far more rounded sense of textures here (the multiple vocal tracks on "Amy," for example, sound Beatles-esque), with glockenspiel, organ, and more signaling a sonic field of extensive depth. His spare guitar and stretched-thin vocal delivery alternate smartly with a bigger-shouldered guitar and throaty voice, never leaving behind a band conception straight out of Parsons's oeuvre. Adams signals occupancy of the post-alt-country vanguard--if there is such a thing. --Andy Bartlett
1. (Argument with David Rawlings Concerning Morrissey)
2. To Be Young (Is To Be Sad, Is To Be High)
3. My Winding Wheel
5. Oh My Sweet Caroline
6. Bartering Lines
7. Call Me On Your Way Back Home
8. Damn, Sam (I love a Woman That Rains)
9. Come Pick Me Up
10. To Be The One
11. Why Do They Leave?
12. Shakedown on 9th Street
13. Don't Ask for the Water
14. In My Time of Need
15. Sweet Lil Gal (23rd/ 1st)
After the Fall formed in 2000 and have since molded their sound into a refined, technical showcasing of melodic hardcore and speedy skatepunk on releases across labels like Paper + Plastick, Mightier Than Sword, Shield and more. Dedication is dedicated to original bassist and friend Brian J. Peters, who passed away on October 1, 2013.
6. Twenty Nine
7. Ill Fate
8. Lived Fast
9. Time Will End
10. Indian Ladder
Sophomore Album Featuring “Living In Fiction,” “In Folds,” And “Phantasmagoria"
Pressed On White Vinyl
Experience Mask In Three Dimensions With 3d Glasses Included
“A clever mix of electronically influenced genres that’s as current as it is addictive.” – Interview
Electronic pop trio Icky Blossoms release their second album, Mask. Three years on from their Dave Sitek (TV on the Radio) produced debut, their singular brand of
mesmerizingly contradictory dance music has evolved. Blending avant-garde elements with catchy and danceable
pop, threaded within dark, bass-heavy atmospheres, their songs nod to great music of the past, whilst rmly
propelling them into the future.
Hailing from Omaha, Nebraska, the three members of Icky Blossoms–Sarah Bohling (vocals/synth), Nik Fackler (lead
guitar/vocals) and Derek Pressnall (guitar/vocals–also of Tilly and the Wall)–wrote independently and then ltered
songs back and forth through each other, creating a collage of tastes, genres and energies within each track. The
band experimented with making electronics sound organic and organic instruments feel electronic. Song skeletons
were embellished with tuned 808s, hyper-e ected mouth noises, screams as instruments, and guitars run through
With the talent of longtime friend and collaborator Mike Mogis (Bright Eyes, Julian Casablancas, Man Man,
First Aid Kit) at ARC Studios in Omaha, Nebraska, these songs became fully realized. Along with Mogis, the
contributions of assistant engineer Ben Brodin (Conor Oberst band), bassist Graham Ulicny (Reptar), drummer Daniel
Ocanto (Big Harp) and Todd Fink (The Faint) helped the vision come into focus.
Mask nds the band capitalizing on the spontaneity of their live experience and the ambitions of their writing and
recording process, while not losing their sense of self. Their in uences range from Fad Gadget to Beyonce and the
subject matter varies from wrestling with the isolation of existence to the emotional spectrum of love. The album
pulses with a vibrant sound that’s electric, con dent, and new.
1. In Folds
3. Living in Fiction
4. Away from You
5. Want You so Bad
6. The Spiral
8. Silver Tongue
9. Terror Nothing
London's dubstep rockers second album released on their label, Max Records. The band is lead by brothers, Josh
Friend (singer/producer) & Tony Friend (DJ/Producer). Album features Funtcase, Teddy Killerz, Culprate,
Partysquard, Trolley Snatcha, Skindred, Rude Kid, Big Narstie, Dialect, Discard, Flowdan, Frisco, and LayZ. Promo
DJ tour May/June & Fall tour with full band.
1. Damien (Modestep & Funtcase)
2. Make You Mine (Modestep & Teddy Killerz)
4. On Our Own (Modestep & Culprate)
5. Feel Alive
6. Rainbow (Modestep & The Partysquad)
8. Nightbus Home
10. Sing (Modestep & Trolley Snatcha)
11. Circles (Modestep & Skindred)
12. Game Over (Modestep & Rude Kid ft. Big Narstie, Dialect, Discarda, Flowdan, Frisco & LayZ)
Pittsburgh-based punk stalwarts Anti-Flag have always had important, socially conscious messages to convey &
musical statements they've been driven to make. That ethos remains intact with American Spring, their Spinefarm Records debut. American Spring packaging includes essays, personal liner notes, & further information behind the driving forces of each song, detailing ways for us all to take action against injustice in the world.
The American Spring is now!
1. Fabled World
2. The Great Divide
3. Brandenburg Gate
4. Sky Is Falling
5. Walk Away
6. Song For Your Enemy
7. Set Yourself On Fire
8. All of The Poison, All of The Pain
9. Break Something
10. Without End
12. To Hell With Boredom
13. Low Expectations
14. The Debate Is Over (If You Want It)
Part Of The Blue Note 75th Anniversary Vinyl Reissue Campaign
Components is an album by jazz vibraphonist Bobby Hutcherson. The first side of the LP features compositions by Hutcherson, in a hard bop style, whilst the second side features Joe Chambers' compositions, more in the avant-garde style.
3. Little B's Poem
4. West 22nd Street Theme
6. Juba Dance
1963’s Ugetsu was recorded at the legendary Birdland club, when the New York post-bop era was still very much in progress. Featuring both a young Wayne Shorter and Freddie Hubbard, Ugetsu remains a reaffirmation of the belief that this kind of on-the-scene adventure can create some of the most effective recorded jazz. With Curtis Fuller, Freddie Hubbard, Wayne Shorter, Cedar Walton and Reggie Workman.
1. One By One
3. Time Off
5. I Didn't Know What Time It Was
6. On the Ginza
8. The High Priest
9. The Theme
Here are tracks from one of the truly classic sessions, in which a combination of jazz giants gathered in Rudy Van
Gelder's studio on a chilly Christmas Eve in 1954. With Thelonious Monk and three quarters of the Modern Jazz
Quartet (Jackson, Heath, and Clarke) as his accomplices, Miles Davis blends sophisticated harmonic knowledge
with raw, spontaneous invention to produce extraordinary music. This is a strong addition to any jazz collection.
1. The Man I Love [Take 2]
2. Swing Spring
3. 'Round Midnight
4. Bemsha Swing
5. The Man I Love [Take 1]
Karen Dalton (1937-1993) recorded two studio albums during her lifetime, neither of which contain any songs she wrote. By the good graces of legendary guitarist Peter Walker, who oversees Karen’s estate, we are gifted with these lost lyrics, now given voice by other great women of song. Featured artists include; Sharon Van Etten, Patty Griffin, Lucinda Williams, Marissa Nadler, Isobel Campbell and more.
1. Remembering Mountains (Sharon Van Etten)
2. All That Shines Is Not Truth (Patty Griffin)
3. This Is Our Love (Diane Cluck)
4. My Love, My Love (Julia Holter)
5. Met An Old Friend (Lucinda Williams)
6. So Long Ago And Far Away (Marissa Nadler)
7. Blue Notion (Laurel Halo)
8. For The Love I m In (Larkin Grimm)
9. Don't Make It Easy (Isobel Campbell)
10. At Last The Night Has Ended (Tara Jane O Neil)
11. Met An Old Friend (Josephine Foster)
Ludaversal is the ninth studio album by American rapper Ludacris; it was released by Def Jam Recordings. The album was recorded during 2011 to 2015 and its production was handled by several producers, including Mike Will Made It, Rico Love, Giorgio Tuinfort, Da Internz.
1. Ludaversal Intro
2. Grass Is Always Greener
3. Call Ya Bluff
4. Lyrical Healing
5. Beast Mode
6. Viagra (Skit)
7. Get Lit
8. Come and See Me (Interlude)
9. Come and See Me (Feat. Big K.R.I.T.)
10. Good Lovin (Feat. Miguel)
11. Ocean Skies (Feat. Monica)
12. Not Long (Feat. Usher)
13. Charge It To the Rap Game
14. This Has Been My World
Remastered And Reissued As Part Of The Blue Note 75th Anniversary Vinyl Reissue Campaign
Search for the New Land is an album by jazz trumpeter Lee Morgan. A hard bop set with a group of well-known jazz musicians, Search for the New Land was recorded before The Sidewinder was released and is considered more abstract than its popular predecessor. It is described by jazz commentator Scott Yanow as "one of the finest Lee Morgan records".
1. Search For The New Land
2. The Joker
3. Mr. Kenyatta
5. Morgan The Pirate
Shelly Manne and his Friends bassist Leroy Vinnegar and the o nce and future classical pianist André Previn had
recorded a trio album before this one (Shelly Manne and Friends) but My Fair Lady was the first and biggest-selling
of the jazz versions of Broadway shows, TV themes, and film soundtracks later recorded by the trio. It remains a
true classic to this day.
1. Get Me To The Church On Time
2. On The Street Where You Live
3. I''ve Grown Accustomed To Her Face
4. Wouldn't It Be Loverly
5. Ascot Gavotte
6. Show Me
7. With A Little Bit Of Luck
8. I Could Have Danced All Night
The Early November have returned with their highly anticipated new full-length album, "Imbue."
The band reunited back in 2012 and released their first album in six years. While that release
revitalized the band in the eyes and ears of both critics and fans alike, they haven't sounded truly
"back" until their latest effort. "Imbue" is a total return to form. The Early November is back at the
top of their game, uniquely blending indie and alternative rock, the same formula that's helped
them sell over 450,000 total albums (3 releases have all sold over 100,000 copies each). When
the band reunited it wasn't a money grab to "cash-in" on the reunion fad. It was five friends who
missed writing music and touring the world together. Finally, after three years of getting
acclimated, The Early November are back and razor focused.
It is impossible for a band to become a legacy overnight. While several bands may have immediate
major label success with corporate radio, MTV, or teen magazine spreads, they don't have
careers and they fade almost faster than they arrive. From front to back, "Imbue" is The Early
November effortlessly doing what they do best. The people spoke and demanded a new album,
and the band has responded with their best and strongest body of work to date.
1. Narrow Mouth
2. Better This Way
4. The Negatives
5. Boxing Timelines
9. I Don't Care
10. Nothing Lasts Forever
The Vaccines’ album, ‘English
Graffiti,’ was produced by Dave Fridmann (Flaming Lips, Tame Impala, MGMT). Lead single “Handsome” was The Vaccines’ 9th straight Radio 1 A-List
single and debuted as Zane Lowe’s “Hottest Record in the World”!
The band released their debut album, ‘What Did You Expect From The Vaccines’, in 2011 and the follow up, ‘Come Of Age,’ reached number one in the UK
2. Dream Lover
3. Minimal Affection
5. (All Afternoon) In Love
7. Want U So Bad
8. Radio Bikini
9. Maybe I Could Hold You
10. Give Me A Sign
It’s time for a revolution. Beth Jeans Houghton is dead. Du Blonde is born.
Welcome Back To Milk is the Newcastle-born singer-songwriter’s second
album, but her debut as Du Blonde, and it’s a complete reinvention: new name,
new look, new band, new attitude – and attitude is a key word.
Du Blonde is not a persona or a character, it’s Beth Jeans Houghton ripping
it up and starting again. Gone is the baroque chamber pop of 2012’s Yours
Truly, Cellophane Nose. Gone is the band she recorded that album with,
The Hooves Of Destiny. In place of all that are heavy riffs, loud drums, vocal
aggression and the sound of somebody finding their voice, whether screaming
the chorus of Chips To Go, singing soul-bearing ballad Four In The Morning
or cooing through wistful torch song After The Show.
Aside from a track made with Youth, Welcome Back To Milk is produced by
Jim Sclavunos, who knows plenty about capturing dark sounds as a member
of Nick Cave’s Bad Seeds. An unmistakable presence on the album is that of
Future Islands frontman Samuel T Herring, whose soaring vocals appear on
Mind Is On My Mind.
Where Yours Truly, Cellophane Nose threw everything at a song, Du Blonde
strips everything down to the bare essentials. Black Flag, which opens the
album, is bass, guitar, drums and a dose of rage. “I got really into hard rock
and American hardcore while I was living in LA after we finished touring,” she
says. “I couldn’t work out why I was having such trouble expressing myself with
the music I was writing, but after a while I realised the instrumentation didn’t
lend itself to the anger I was feeling. I needed to release all of this pent up
aggression and I was trying to do it over layers of vocal harmonies and nicely
played instruments. It was never going to work.”
“I was hiding behind my guitar for so long, it was easy to feel safe there. I
wanted to put myself in a position I wasn’t comfortable with in order to grow
as a performer. I want no choice but to look people dead in the eyes and give
them all I have.”
1. Black Flag
2. Chips to Go
3. Raw Honey
4. After the Show
5. If You’re Legal
7. Hard to Please
8. What Is It Like
9. Mr. Hyde
10. Four in the Morning
11. Mind is on My Mind
12. Isn’t It Wild?