“Why? (The King of Love Is Dead)”, written by Simone’s bass player Gene Taylor after the news of Martin Luther King Jr.'s death had reached him. It was performed here for the first time. The song was heavily cut from the longer original recording, which featured a lot of Simone’s monologue.
“Ain't Got No, I Got Life,” a medley from the musical Hair (Rado, Ragni, MacDermot). It became a hit in Europe, reaching #2 on the British Charts and #1 on the Dutch charts. Compared to the single, the album version has applause from the Westbury Music Fair concert crossfaded over the beginning and end, additional overdubbed drums, and towards the end of the song the vocal is double-tracked.
“In the Morning”, an early Bee Gees song, is also a studio recording, with added applause and the compere’s introduction from the Westbury Music Fair concert.