SUMMER NIGHTS 1995 YOU'RE GONNA LOVE IT 1995 CAN'T GET ENOUGH 1997 THE DEFINITION OF LOVE 2003
A1: Phat Pack Mix - 5:34 01: Enjoy Yourself - 4:56 01: Angel - 4:33 01: When Will Things Change - 5:11
A2: Phat Instrumental - 5:34 02: We Got It Goin' On - 5:08 02: Sweet Thang - 4:06 02: Let Me Take You Away - 4:02
A3: Phat A Capella - 5:05 03: Lovin' You - 4:11 03: I'll Do Whatever - 5:53 03: Give It Up - 4:58
B1: New Phaze Joint - 4:34 04: Get Me Off - 6:13 04: Back Together - 4:39 04: Without You - 4:11
B2: New Phaze Instrumental - 4:35 05: Summer Nights - 4:01 05: On And On - 4:04 05: I'll Do Whatever - 3:58
B3: Smooth Version - 3:57 06: Mu All - 4:22 06: Ooh Baby - 3:57 06: Drama - 4:06
B4: Lp Version - 3:58 07: You're Gonna Love It - 4:50 07: Lovely Day - 4:30 07: Mocha Soul - 4:17
  08: Get Down Mamma - 5:10 08: Tonight - 4:42 08: Is It Cool - 5:08
  09: Pass It On - 5:16 09: Can't Get Enough - 4:33 09: The Definition Of Love - 4:20
    10: I Know It's Hard - 6:05 10: Bring It Back - 4:37
    11: Can't Nobody - 5:15 11: All The Woman - 4:15
      12: Makin' Love - 5:01
      13: Who Am I - 4:15
      14: Change Comin' 5:38

Impromp2 was formed in 1993 when Johnny Britt, originally a solo artist, decided he wanted to meld his smoky jazz trumpet and romantic soul singing with a like minded rapper. Johnny was inspired to explore this direction in music upon hearing Miles Davis’ final/posthumous studio project, Doo-Bop (1992), a collaboration with street producer Easy Mo Bee that provided a looking glass into the possibilities of marrying jazz, soul and hip hop in funky fresh ways that could appeal to mature audiences. Sean “Sean E. Mac” Thomas is a Los Angeles native whose interest in rap stems from the expression’s fabled “back in the day” with acts such as The Treacherous Three and Rakim. However, Sean was most deeply inspired by multi-faceted musicians such as Stevie Wonder, Prince and Michael Jackson. A smooth touch was brought to Sean’s love of hip hop by the poetic lyrics of Michael Franks, all of which blended to mold Sean into one very uniquely laidback linguist. He and his brother started the group Rappinstine, among the first acts on L.A.’s legendary Ruthless Records label (the company that launched, among many, another of Sean’s most influential artists, producer Dr. Dre). Sean pursued another interest, standup comedy, before he answered the call of Johnny and began the Impromp2 story.