This album is aptly named because it has the power to soothe whatever could be causing you to hurt. Every song on this EP is good for the soul, and each of these remedies comes in a different fl avor. “Fire on Esplanade” begins with lots of rock guitar with a funk edge. The music is rich, nearly to the point of being hectic with so much going on. The horns accent the guitar riffs and a hellacious guitar solo breaks through the music to the forefront. When the solo ends, the music cools to the bridge, only to escalate back again with even more horns and an echoing, wailing guitar. “Hungry for You” defi nitely has some 1970s infl uence, with the addition of an upbeat background organ and very funky horns. The vocalist sings sweetly and honestly. “Gosando” is a spicy and sweet Spanish-infl uenced song with maracas and other Spanish percussion and wind instruments. You’ll be doing the salsa before you know it, and continue dancing long after the song’s three-minute duration. You can hear this fantastic band live at Where Y’at’s Best of the Big Easy Party at the Metropolitan on June 8 th . And you’ll want to see them there because you’ll defi nitely be wanting more after the fi ve songs of the album fi nish spinning .