I bought this on LP in the 70s mainly on strength of the Apple brand and association with George Harrison, (also her minor hits in the mid 60s, which were covered by British groups). Turned out to be a little cracker with great songs, impassioned vocals and much fun for the listener playing spot the famous musician on backing as there were no sleeve notes, just song writer credits as clues. But there really is no difficulty spotting Ringo's distinctive drumming and George's guitar, and best of all some superb Eric Clapton. That's him with signature late 60s-early 70s sound and on great form all over Give Me Back My Dynamite and the run through bonus track version even if the sleeve notes say it's George. The single and lead track Ain't That Cute should have been a hit - great lyrics even if they were made up in the studio at the time! and if you like this you should try the Jackie Lomax Apple album too - same band, equally powerful stuff.