Track 4 is “Bermuda Triangle” (4.08 minutes), and is a Bob Welch song. He does the vocals throughout, which are more spoken than sung, a bit like Kevin Ayers used to do it, but with an American twang here, of course. The song starts in a subdued way, but livens up a bit after the first verse. The middle 8 is chanted, which has a pleasant effect.
Track 5 is “Come A Little Bit Closer” (4.45 minutes). This is a Christine McVie song, which she sings in fine voice. It starts with a quiet piano intro, but after about 16 bars the other instruments swirl in, and the track comes to life significantly. In particular, Bob Welch’s guitar on this one is much more impressive than ever before. This is a bit of a harbinger of what was about to happen, but not not as much so as was the title track (Track 1 above). This would have been a perfectly acceptable end to what I guess would have been Side 1 of the LP.
Track 6 is “She’s Changing Me” (2.58 minutes). This is an upbeat, country style harmonised song with a very good tune. This one works extremely well, and is a splendid opener for what would have been Side 2 of the LP.