1. Go down gamblin' (D. Clayton-Thomas)
  2. Cowboys and indians (D. Halligan/T. Kirkman)
  3. John the Baptist (Holy John) (A. Kooper/ P. Major)
  4. Redemption (D. Clayton-Thomas/D.Halligan)
  5. Lisa, listen to me (D. Clayton-Thomas/D. Halligan)
  6. A look to my heart (F. Lipsius)
  7. High on a Mountain (S. Katz)
  8. Valentine's day (S. Katz)*
  9. Take me in your arms (Rock me a little while) (Holland/Dozier/Holland)
  10. For my lady (S. Katz)
  11. Mama gets high (D. Bargeron/ S.Katz)
  12. A look to my heart (F. Lipsius)

Produced: 1971

Produced by: Don Heckman, Roy Halee and Boby Colomby

On this album there are mostly originals, written by the band. There are many beautiful pieces,
such as ”Lisa, listen to me”, with it’s jazzy horns, a real delight. The powerful ”Go down gamblin’”,
where David plays the guitar for the first time with BS&T. ”, Cowboys and Indians”, a fine ballad by
Dick Halligan. ”Redemption” with the drive from the rhythm section and the hornsection is another highpoint.
The A-side is very strong. But the B-side, that was left for songs by Steve Katz don’t have the same high
standard. The songs aren’t bad, but they do not rise above average.