An eclectic mix of country, soul, blues and rock with a dose of psychedelics mixed throughout, it is a continuation of Super Session in its mix of disparate covers from the likes of Bill Monroe, Harry Nilsson and Traffic and originals running the gamut of feelings.
Unlike that album, however, with the spotlight on Kooper alone and Kooper's alternate utilization of orchestras and professional Nashville studio musicians, the tracks are more focused, all within two and five minutes. "Camille" is lifted from "Overture to Le Domino Noire" by French composer Daniel Auber
Most tracks are bridged with sound effects taken from albums issued by Elektra Records. The Overture begins with a collage of sound effects also taken from those albums.