Originally released in 1971, as this looks to be the post-Skip Bifferty band's sole effort - could've sworn they put two lp's out. Guess not. I couldn't help but to notice that Bell + Arc had managed to incorporated the elements of pop, soul and AM rock into their sound. Tunes here I liked best include "High Priest Of Memphis", "Keep A Wise Mind", their heartfelt Bob Dylan cover "She Belongs To Me", "Yat Rock" and "Children Of The North Prison". Main line-up: Graham Bell (Skip Bifferty) - vocals, John Turnbull (Skip Bifferty, Ian Dury And The Blockheads) - guitar, Tom Duffy - bass, Mick Gallagher (early member of The Animals, Heavy Jelly) - piano, Ken Craddock - organ and Rob Tait - drums. Recommended for fans of the Kinks, (obviously) Skip Bifferty, the Chosen Few and maybe the Creation.