A sad but fitting swansong for one of our most soulful guitarists. Koss' brilliance on this is sadly diminished, and he is only featured sporadically (replacement Geoff Whitehorn may have played many of the guitar parts), but this album was so much better than the so-so, thin-sounding, first BSC album. Blue Soul, Some Kind Of Happy and Leaves In The Wind are three of my absolute favourite songs ever, by anyone. Period! Contrary to Jane's previous review, sadly, there wasn't any more from Koss, at least not chronologically, as he died even before it was released, at the tragically young age of 25. This is a beautiful, but somewhat sad testament to a fantastic talent destroyed by hard drugs.