I wasn't anticipating the reaction I had to this album. It was recommended to me by a colleague at work, but I had reservations (mainly because the Jarrow Song used to grate on me a bit when I was younger), however, I bought it and find it most listenable. Obviously an album of two sides, Yesterday and Today, The first six tracks are brass band-ish, lamenting the lot of working class folk. Stand out tracks for me are Left Over People, Between Today and Yesterday and In Times Like These. The Randy Newman influence is evident throughout, but none more so than on "In Times Like These" which could have come from the Monsters inc or Toy Story soundtracks! Jarrow Song has grown on me a bit, and is on the end of the "Yesterday" set of songs.
The "Today" side is more "poppy" and is more personal at times. The stand out track here is Your Telling me, with some great organ work from the man primarily responsible for the Animals' sound. The album proper ends with a reprise of the title track, which rounds things off nicely. There are 5 bonus tracks, which don't add a great deal to the album, but are nice to have.
All in all a very good album, and one which has encouraged me to investigate Price's work further.