1. Imagine (5:09)
A most emotional way to begin this moving journey.
2. Little Martha (3:53)
Leo Kottke called this Duanne Allman gem "the most perfect guitar song ever written".
3. Just Like A Woman/Sad Eyed Lady Of The Lowlands (6:08)
Navarro's arrangement is a mash up of two of Bob Dylan's best songs, brilliantly woven together.
4. Message In A Bottle (4:36)
No one has ever attempted to perform this great song by Sting and the Police on solo guitar...it's too hard - until now.
5. Eight Days A Week/Ticket To Ride/Day Tripper (8:14)
A tour de force.....
6. The Days Of Wine & Roses (5:03)
A totally original interpertation of Henry Mancini's masterpiece - "They are not long, the days of wine and roses.....out of a misty dream, our path emerges for a while, then closes, within a dream."
7. Wichita Lineman (4:26)
Glen Campbell originally sang this Jimmy Webb masterpiece about ordinary people thinking extraordinary thoughts.
8. Letter From Home (2:39)
The three parts on the original Pat Metheny version of this song were for acoustic piano, guitar and acoustic bass. Navarro plays all three parts simultaneously on one guitar.
9. Caroline No (2:41)
Navarro's performance of this song is so beautiful and haunting that upon hearing it you know it is instantly a classic. Brian Wilson was at the top of his game when he wrote the music for the Beach Boys album Pet Sounds and Caroline No is the crown jewel.
10. Europa (6:42)
The full title is "Europa (Earth's Cry Heaven's Smile)". Navarro's arrangment of Carlos Santana's composition is off the hook, building and building to a stunning climax.
Bonus Track 1: Bach BWV 998 (3:25)
Bach was a timeless genius. It is only fitting that Navarro has included his version of this classic.
Bonus Track 2: When You Wish Upon A Star (3:14)
"When you wish upon a star,
Makes no difference who you are,
Anything your heart desires
Will come to you."