Classic 1970 Family Album now on Madfish Records with 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 front man 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 deluxe media book and features 2 bonus tracks.