Track 7 is “Danny’s Chant” (3.16 minutes). This has a fuzz guitar intro, a bit on the funky/Hendrix side. However, it softens into a now familiar bossa nova rock beat. The song is sung by Danny Kirwan in a higher register throughout, and is indeed in chant format, but is very laid back. It is actually quite a pleasant track to listen to.
Track 8 is “Spare Me A Little Of Your Love” (3.44 minutes). This song is a very good one, with classic words, a super tune, and a perfect delivery from all. Christine McVie is on top form with the lead vocals, and again, this was very much a harbinger of what was to come a few years later, and here even more so than in the case of Track 3 [see Fleetwood Mac – “Bare Trees” (1)].
Track 9 is a truly lovely Danny Kirwan whimsical song called “Dust” (2.41 minutes). It features solo calls and group response throughout, all with some brilliant Danny Kirwan guitar accompaniment. It is an excellent little thing, albeit one about dying. Although the penulimate track, it marks the final Fleetwood Mac contribution to the album.
At this point it should be noted that the credits end with this phrase:
“Special thanks to Mrs. Scarrot for her readings, recorded at her home in Hampshire”;
and Track 10 is written and performed by her. It is “Thoughts On A Grey Day” (2.03 minutes) and features no music at all. Rather, this lady recites one of her poems, in a sort of sing-songy voice. OK on the ear for sure, but a bit odd, no?