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A bootleg from the band while on their Hawaiian excursion with even more prominent emphasis on Valenti The next two albums, Just for Love and What About Me are sometimes called the "Hawaiian" albums because they were recorded mostly in a studio in that state, and both have a similar Hawaiian motif to their cover designs. They also sound similar to each other and very different from the group's earlier repertoire. Guitarist Gary Duncan is back. But an even bigger change is that Dino Valenti had become the lead singer and (under a pseudonym) main songwriter. What had been a jamming guitar band became little more than the backup musicians for a folk / pop oriented singer-songwriter; naturally this alienated some fans, but the records sold relatively well and produced the group's one legitimate hit radio single, "Fresh Air". Before the next recordings, John Cipollina, David Freiberg, and Nicky Hopkins all went their separate ways.