Bought this years ago on vinyl, and wore it out completely. Finally found it on CD and snapped it up. This album is one of those rare pieces that you can play nomatter what mood you are in as the range is so great. If you like the idea of two guitarists (mainly acoustic) at play, clearly having fun - then get this album. You will probably hate the 'effects' on the last track, but as I say - it covers a vast range of feelings! Especially good tracks: 'Hangman', 'Nineteen forty-eightish', and Nick Harpers 'Hope' If you want to sample Roy's work, but don't know where to start, this is a good place. I will admit I would have given it four and a half stars, but Amazon don't give that as an option!. The reason: Each track seems to have a bit of unnessicary 'effects' (usually echo), only lasting a few seconds, that distract from the main theme of the music. However, I didn't notice that until I'd played it a good couple of hundred times, and it's only if you're concentrating on it that you pick it up. Generally - a fabulous album - buy it and give the man some money!