I saw SAHB on this tour in '76 when they played a couple of nights at the Edinburgh Odeon, they were totally fantastic then and this recording really does convey a sense of the real live SAHB as they were with all the drama, energy, and sheer artistry that entailed. Zal's playing on his trademark SG is both raw and sublime, Alex's different version of Framed, and the band's enforced improvisation sometimes as they had to cope without Hugh McKenna on keyboards, adds a greater sense of drama to the recording. The accompanying notes for each of the tracks by Chris Glen and Ted McKenna are honest, humorous, and indispensible. As the booklet introduction points out, this is arguably better than the 'Live' album from the '75 tour recorded at the Hammersmith Odeon and I would be hard pressed to disagree.
If you are a SAHB fan, this is a total gem.