Does anyone remember Atomic Rooster? One-click shopping lacks the excitement of rooting around grubby second-hand shops in back alleys, but at least gems like this become more widely available. The fashion for the blues in the early 1970s (when the English still believed - usually rightly - that they played it better than anyone) meant that albums like this, with an almost honky-tonk feel, could at least get a release, even if they didn't sell shedloads. Here the rocking artistry of Vince Crane's keyboards get their best outing since 'The Crazy World of Arthur Brown'. There's plenty of pace and, unusually for the period, the musicians demonstrate their skill without it getting in the way of the music. If you have sympathy with 1970s rock, this album is worth having. This is very much of its time, but it has stood the test of time. It's seldom amazing, but always enjoyable.