Assembled in conjunction with the Warner Music Group, The Jerry Williams EP presents for the first time the work of this legendary Texas guitarist, singer and composer. A band mate of Jimi Hendrix in Little Richards group, Jerry went on to write and record for some of the most famous acts of the 70s and 80s ( Eric Clapton, Bonnie Raitt, B.B. King, Mick Fleetwood). The tracks on this EP were originally penned for Williams' second solo effort "Gone" which never received a proper release as Williams and Mo Austin didn't quite see eye to eye and the label pulled the release from stores. The A side of the EP features The Beat Broker's remix of "Easy On Yourself", a swelling beautiful tune that features a brilliant vocal. The Beat Broker stays true to the songs intent while molding its melody to an easy swing that makes it a dancefloor essential. Already getting play from the likes of Mudd, DJ Harvey, and Prins Thomas, this record is a summer jam. The B side has Kane's rework of "Call To Arms", a tough rock jam with nasty guitar licks, Kane doesn't discofie the track, he merely gives it room to breathe and lets the songs natural grit and sleeze come through. It is a dirty song that will find itself getting late night play.