The Further Adventures Of Charles Westover - Liberty 1968
Otherwise, I think that Shannon is best on the more upbeat numbers; On this album especially opening track "Thinking it Over" stands out - perhaps the strongest track among the original twelve tracks.
The long final track "New Orleans" is also significant; a fine composition with a long and weird outro.
Among the eight bonus tracks there are several gems to find. "What's a Matter Baby" is a cover version of an old 1962 Timi Yuro hit. I actually thought that it was the Small Faces, who first launched the song. Either way, I think Shannon's version outshines the other versions I've heard. It really sounds like a Shannon original; I was also surprised that the recording is from 1972; the sound is very 1960's.
"She" is a Boyce / Hart song, which many might remember from the Monkees; again I think Shannon's version is the strongest.
The remake of "Runaway" is also fine; a strong number that is difficult to ruin. Also the originally unreleased "Stand Up" is great - classic Del Shannon from the best drawer.