For the first album, about half of the songs came from an official album. In this case, only the first two performances have been officially released. Generally speaking, the songs are from proper BBC sessions. There are two exceptions though. "Simon Smith and the Amazing Dancing Bear" and "Rip It Up" are from the German TV show "Beat Club." And the last two songs are from the BBC, but a BBC TV show instead of radio shows like all the rest.
By chance, most of the songs here were plagued with the problem of BBC DJs talking over the starts and ends of the songs. Heck, even one of "Beat Club" songs had a DJ talk in German over the beginning of it. But, as I usually do, I used the audio editing program X-Minus to wipe the DJ talking while keeping the underlying music.
Note that during this time Price was quite taken by the songwriting of Randy Newman who was still unknown and hadn't put out any albums yet. So there are a few Newman covers here (including one he otherwise never did, "1941"). Also, like the previous BBC album, there are a number of songs here that he never recorded in the studio. Those include: "Take Me in Your Arms and Love Me," "I Was Made to Love Her," "Rip It Up," "The Letter," "Satisfied Street," "1941," "I Keep Forgettin'," "Here, There and Everywhere," and "Still Searching for Love." So, like last time, that's about half of the songs.
This album is 43 minutes long.
01 Take Me in Your Arms and Love Me [Edit] (Alan Price Set)
02 I Was Made to Love Her [Edit] (Alan Price Set)
03 Lover's Law [Edit] (Alan Price Set)
04 Shame (Alan Price Set)
05 Simon Smith and the Amazing Dancing Bear [Edit] (Alan Price Set)
06 Rip It Up (Alan Price Set)
07 The Letter [Edit] (Alan Price Set)
08 Don't Do That Again [Edit] (Alan Price Set)
09 Satisfied Street [Edit] (Alan Price Set)
10 Don’t Stop the Carnival [Edit] (Alan Price Set)
11 The Time Has Come [Edit] (Alan Price Set)
12 When I Was a Cowboy (Alan Price Set)
13 1941 [Edit] (Alan Price Set)
14 I Keep Forgettin' [Edit] (Alan Price Set)
15 Here, There and Everywhere (Alan Price Set)
16 Still Searching for Love (Alan Price Set)
The album cover uses a photo from 1967.