Classic 1970 Family album - now with 6x bonus tracks. Growing out of the R&B boom of the early 60s, Family's sound evolved into a unique mix of blues, folk, jazz, psychedelia and high energy rock'n'roll built around the distinctive vocals of frontman Roger Chapman, Charlie Whitney's innovative guitar playing and Rob Townsend's thunderous drumming. A Song For Me was released at the start of 1970 and the first album with the band's revised line-up with John Weider replacing Ric Grech on bass and Poli Palmer replacing Jim King . The album features the classic Family tracks Drowned In Wine, The Cat & The Rat and the title track, the album reached #4 in the UK charts when it was released. This reissue come packaged in a slipcase and features 6 bonus tracks.