01. Carolina County Ball - 4:46
02. L.A.59 - 4:21
03. Ain't It All Amusing - 5:01
04. Happy - 5:28
05. Annie New Orleans - 3:01
06. Rocking Chair Rock 'n' Roll Blues - 5:36
07. Rainbow - 4:00
08. Do the Same Thing - 3:10
09. Blanche - 2:31
Although Elf's debut album didn't get them any major recognition, since the band began touring with Deep Purple as an opening act, which caused them to gain some slightly increased popularity.
The group's second album featured the inclusion of a new, separate bass player (Dio played bass and did vocals on the first album), as well as the replacement of Dio's cousin, guitarist David Feinstein. The group released their second album circa 1974. In America the album was called L.A. 59, in other countries it was called Carolina County Ball.
The band serves up more of the same blues rock that was on their debut, but this time around, the band's sound is considerably more polished. The second album improves on the formula of its predecessor in practically every way imaginable. Every song on this album is good, even if the songs never really got any recognition. If you liked the first album, you're going to like this one even more. Most bands go their entire career trying to find their sound and fail terribly every time, but Elf found it on their second album, which is remarkable.
If you're going to listen to one Elf album, make it this one. No other release captures the band in their prime the way this one does.