Ah the mighty Graham Bond. This was originally a double LP released in the early 70s. The bulk of the tracks feature a trio of Bond, Dick Hecksall-Smith and Jon Hiseman and although the cover emphasises Jack Bruce, Ginger Baker and John McLaughlin - the tracks featuring them are live, extended jazz work-outs not really representative of Bond's other recorded work. Therefore for me this is not one of Bond's better records.
HOWEVER, at the ridiculous price of £3.98 this CD is totally worth it for one track "I can't stand it" one of, if not THE, best track that Bond ever recorded. Marvel how three people can produce so much noise, much of it coming from Hiseman's incredible drumming, be prepared to be amazed at Bond's soulful vocals.
If you are at all interested in Graham Bond and have not heard this track I urge you to get this CD, this track is as good as anything he ever recorded - raw, earthy and absolutely fantastic. You'll also get the excellent original version of "Walking through the park", which Hiseman did later with Colosseum, and other Bond stalwarts such as "Neighbour Neighbour", "It's not goodbye" and "Long legged baby". This trio may not have been as lauded as the Bruce/Baker lineup but the music they produced was just as good, emphasising the key central role played by Bond himself.