While it might seem a little early in his career for Jason Mraz to be releasing a live disc, he manages to do it right with Tonight, Not Again, a package that offers up five previously unreleased tunes and showcases singer-songwriter's ability to tweak his preexisting material enough to make it seem fresh. Recorded live in Milwaukee, the CD/DVD package showcases Mraz's flair for both low-key musings (a deliberate take on the title track) and crowd-inciters (like the hit "The Remedy"). The newer tracks are split fairly evenly between those two camps: The softly surging "No Doubling Back" swathes Mraz's jazzy vocal phrasing in a caressing blanket of instruments -- a fitting juxtaposition, given the tune's love-hate message. On the other hand, the Paul Simonish "After an Afternoon" lets Mraz take wing all but unaccompanied, his guitar offering the barest accompaniment to his swoony tenor. The DVD component of the packages replicates the same show, with the addition of "The Right Kind" and a smattering of behind-the-scenes footage.