Sort of a let down that they decided to remix a few of the songs when there was nothing wrong with the original release.
This is clearly an instance where less is more, less cowbell, (sax flourishes) and less remixing with less, (not more) cowbell, (sax flourishes) added as if the remix engineer made the sax recordings themselves, then decided to make sure their sax flourishes dominated most if not all the remixed versions I listed bellow.
I still own the original release on LP and I made several attempts to convert to digital, but I had trouble with surface imperfections giving me endless hops, skips and jumps during the transfer process.
So, without listening to the tracks, I bought it as an MP3 assuming that there is 2 additional tracks, what I didn't expect was the sax flourishes at the beginning of two river(s), the title on Amazon has it down as "two river", but the original was listed as "two rivers" like the lyrics in the song clearly indicate.
I went ahead and bought the CD with the assumption that Wounded Bird used the, (original) master tapes, not the remixed stuff that the MP3 producers, (black rose records) used.
After listening to all the tracks, the CD is probably an LP transfer just like the MP3's and CD of "Love's Imperfection"
Here's what I found problematic for the tracks on the MP3 version of this album:
Tokyo Rose : It has a different albeit, slower tempo, you can tell it's either a remix, a demo or a rerecording.
Two River : Sax flourishes as I noted earlier, this is remixed as the original track did not have this component within the song.
Wait for me : Slower, almost a demo quality to this version of the original released song.
Important Man : Demo sounding, almost half the tempo speed of the original, borderline "unplugged" style of play.
Drawing pictures : Slower, too many sax flourishes, to the point of overkill, it distracts from all the other elements/instruments within the song.
To a vote : lots of sax flourishes that were not present in the original version, slower tempo.
I won't forget : Slower than original, (if that's even possible as it's a slow ballad to begin with) once more, lot's of superfluous sax flourishes.
The songs I didn't critique appear to have been left alone in their original mixed state or they are the 2 added songs which I've never heard before, so I don't know which version I ended up with, demo or cutting floor filler songs.