Ani DiFranco's second e.p. [following "More Joy, Less Shame" in 1996], is "Swing Set", a 7-track collection of previously unavailable songs that don't fit on actual albums or some reason or another. "Swing" is presented in two versions. One is the album version in it's complete six minute plus ten second glory, the other the just under four minute, cutting the original's rap. Also included are cover's, a live "Do re me" [originally by Woody Gutherie] with Gillian Welch, David Rawlings, and Bo Ramsey; and "Hurricane", once considered for Denzel Washington's "The Hurricane"'s soundtrack but later left off in favour of the original Bob Dylan. "To the Teeth" is completely redone in it's "Shoot-Out Remix". It's effective nonetheless. There is also "When I'm Gone", from the film, "Steal this movie!". It is very quiet and is probably the only of the non-album tracks that could've fit comfortably on the album.
In total, it's for those who have at least heard "To the Teeth", the album, as most of it is in that style. It's a funky thirty-minute-plus ride for those who think Ani's new incarnation is refreshing which, as you should know, always are.