These songs were all recorded between late '68 and May '70. I would call it country-rock. The recordings are clean, and not over-produced; you can really hear the quality of the playing on all the tracks. If you have eclectic tastes (and if you are looking here because you are a fan of Albert Lee, you likely do), you will probably enjoy this. I just listened to it again after re-discovering it while straightening out my CD collection, and have ripped it to my drive at work so I will be listening more often.
The songs are definitely "listenable" (some would call it pop) without being overly-commercial. There are tasteful solos tucked into well written songs - real songs, with verses, refrains, bridges, modulations and memorable melodies. The vocals are more than adequate, though not stellar.
As I am writing this, I'm listening, tapping my toe, and just generally grooving to it. Good stuff. Good tunes expertly executed.