What If indeed. I was lucky enough to see this band in my home town when they had just released this album. They were touring with "Steamhammer" and a band called Million, I vaguely remeber Steamhammer but was totally knocked out with this brand new sound of rock and jazz mixed together in a very exciting and vibrant manner. I'm sure they started with "Fibonacci's Number" and just took off. So much so I nipped out to my local record store, remember them? and invested about £3.00 in a brand new copy, yes I am that old. The album was everybit as good as the gig had been with no fillers and loads of stick in your head hooks. I lost the vinyl some years later and thought that was the last I had heard of "If". Recently I decided to have a search on Amazon, and there to my total surprise was the superb "If 3" and loads of other "If" stuff.
"If",sorry, you have any love of early British jazz/rock or if you prefer rock /jazz, do yourself a favour and invest in a little bit of british music history. You will NOT be disapointed. What IF I hadn't gone to that gig on a wet Tuesday night?