|A1||Bleecker & MacDougal||2:14|
|A2||Blues On The Ceiling||2:22|
|A4||Little Bit Of Rain||2:21|
|A6||Other Side To This Life||2:54|
|B2||The Water Is Wide||4:16|
|B3||Yonder Comes The Blues||1:51|
|B5||Handful Of Gimme||2:15|
Frederick Neil (March 16, 1936 – July 7, 2001) was an American folk singer-songwriter in the 1960s and early 1970s. He did not achieve commercial success as a performer and is mainly known through other people’s recordings of his material – particularly “Everybody’s Talkin'”, which became a hit for Harry Nilsson after it was used in the film Midnight Cowboy in 1969. Though highly regarded by contemporary folk singers, he was reluctant to tour and spent much of the last 30 years of his life assisting with the preservation of dolphins.