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What's That Sound? is the third studio album by American music artist Haley Reinhart, released on September 22, 2017[1] by Concord Records,[2] and produced by Reinhart and John Burk.[3] An homage to music from the late 1960s, it features fourteen tracks on the standard release,[2] with two bonus tracks on the Target exclusive edition.[4]

What's That Sound?
Studio album by
ReleasedSeptember 22, 2017
StudioSunset Sound Recorders
The Village
LabelConcord Records
ProducerJohn Burk, Haley Reinhart
Haley Reinhart chronology
What's That Sound?
Singles from What's That Sound?
  1. "Baby It's You"
    Released: 2017
  2. "For What It's Worth"
    Released: 2017
  3. "Let's Start"
    Released: 2017

Lead single "Baby It's You" was released June 16, 2017,[5] followed by "For What It's Worth" on August 11, 2017[6] and "Let's Start" on September 15, 2017.[7] "The Letter" was also released on July 13, 2017 as a promotional single.[8] The album debuted at 67 on Billboard's Top Album Sales Chart.[9]



Concord first pitched the idea of Reinhart doing a covers album. Reinhart agreed since her deepest memories are of classic rock songs in the repertoire of her parents' 1960s cover band, Midnight. The result, What's That Sound, features most of her favorite classic-rock and pop songs, all of which were originally released between the years of 1967 and 1969.[10]

What's That Sound? was recorded to tape at Sunset Sound Recorders using analog recording and vintage instruments, in order to achieve a sound "true to the era."[11] Each song on the album was recorded live in the studio as a band, and most of the raw takes were kept for finalized tracks.[11] The album was produced by Concord President John Burk and co-produced by Reinhart.[3] Bill Schnee mixed the album, Reinhart's father, Harry, provided guitar, Reinhart's mother, Patti, sang backup vocals, Scott Bradlee played piano for three tracks, while Casey Abrams was featured vocalist on two tracks and instrumentalist on several others.[11] With the album, Reinhart wanted to draw connections between the 1960s and the present day, describing both as "turbulent, yet hopeful times," and she also wanted to spread the idea of "people coming together through love and music" and hopes that the album will help listeners "become more aware and more in tune with each other."[11]

Commercial performanceEdit

What's That Sound? debuted at 67 on Billboard's Top Album Sales chart, for the week dated October 14, 2017.[9]


2017 fall headlining solo tourEdit

In support of the album, Reinhart embarked on an 18-show headlining fall tour throughout the US, commencing October 22, 2017 and concluding November 18, 2017.[1]

Date City Country Venue
October 22, 2017 Phoenix, Arizona United States Crescent Ballroom
October 24, 2017 Los Angeles, California El Rey Theatre
October 26, 2017 Solana Beach, California Belly Up
October 27, 2017 San Francisco, California Great American Music Hall
October 29, 2017 Portland, Oregon Lola's Room
October 30, 2017 Seattle, Washington Chop Suey
November 1, 2017 Salt Lake City, Utah Urban Lounge
November 2, 2017 Denver, Colorado Bluebird Theater
November 4, 2017 Minneapolis, Minnesota Music Hall Mpls.
November 5, 2017 Chicago, Illinois Lincoln Hall
November 6, 2017 Detroit, Michigan The Shelter
November 9, 2017 New York City, New York Highline Ballroom
November 10, 2017 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania World Café Live
November 12, 2017 Allston, Massachusetts Brighton Music Hall
November 13, 2017 Silver Spring, Maryland The Fillmore Silver Spring
November 14, 2017 Baltimore, Maryland Soundstage
November 16, 2017 Charlotte, North Carolina The Underground
November 18, 2017 Atlanta, Georgia Aisle 5

Track listingEdit

All songs and credits adapted from:[12]

No.TitleWriter(s)Original artistLength
1."Let's Start"Anders Grahn / Haley Reinhart / Rob KleinerHaley Reinhart3:39
2."Baby It's You"Burt Bacharach / Mack David / Barney WilliamsThe Shirelles3:40
3."For What It's Worth"Stephen StillsBuffalo Springfield3:23
4."The Letter"Wayne CarsonBoxtops2:23
5."Can't Find My Way Home"Steve WinwoodBlind Faith3:58
6."White Rabbit"Grace SlickJefferson Airplane2:43
7."Somewhere in Between"Grahn / Reinhart / KleinerHaley Reinhart3:31
8."Oh! Darling" (feat. Scott Bradlee)John Lennon / Paul McCartneyThe Beatles3:15
9."Sunny Afternoon" (feat. Scott Bradlee)Ray DaviesThe Kinks4:21
10."You Showed Me"Gene Clark / Roger McGuinnThe Turtles3:03
11."Words of Love" (feat. Scott Bradlee)John PhillipsThe Mamas and the Papas2:18
12."Bring the Love Back Home" (feat. Casey Abrams)Casey Abrams / Reinhart / Andy RoseHaley Reinhart (feat. Casey Abrams)3:52
13."Time of the Season" (feat. Casey Abrams)Rod Argent / Paul Atkinson / Colin Blunstone / Hugh Grundy / Chris WhiteThe Zombies3:20
14."These Boots Are Made for Walkin'"Lee HazlewoodNancy Sinatra2:56
Total length:46:26


Album credits adapted from:[3]


Chart (2017) Peak
US Top Album Sales 67


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  4. ^ a b "Haley Reinhart - What's That Sound? (Target Exclusive)". Target. Retrieved September 30, 2017.
  5. ^ Sadie Bell (June 16, 2017). "Haley Reinhart Covers the Shirelles' Classic 'Baby It's You': Watch the Video". Billboard. Retrieved July 14, 2017.
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  7. ^ Derek Spartz (September 19, 2017). "Premiere: 'Let's Start' - New Single". HaleyReinhart. Retrieved September 30, 2017.
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  10. ^ George Varga (October 19, 2017). "Haley Reinhart, 27, wants to party (and sing) like it's 1969". The San Diego Union-Tribune. Retrieved October 19, 2017.
  11. ^ a b c d "Haley Reinhart Announces New Album "What's That Sound?"". The Jazz World. June 20, 2017. Retrieved September 30, 2017.
  12. ^ "What's That Sound? - Haley Reinhart | Songs, Reviews, Credits". AllMusic. 2017-09-22. Retrieved 2017-09-30.