|1. Bringing It All On My Own Head|
|2. Ain't Gonna Let It Get Me Down|
|3. How Does It Feel To Be Right All The Time|
|5. Precious Stone|
|6. Friend Of A Friend|
|7. Windy & Warm|
|8. Who Turned Off The Dark|
|9. Can You See Me|
|10. Home From Home|
|11. Make Me Feel Much Better|
Now that is not necessarily all bad, for Coulton is a great vocalist. But tracks like Friend of a Friend and Windy & Warm, for instance, are not going make anyone's compilation CD. On the other hand, Bringing It All on My Own Head showcase the band's vintage harmony and energy. Achmed is a curious little gem. Home from Home ranks up there with Simon and Garfunkle's My Little Town as one of the bleakest depictions of a town on record. Make Me Feel Much Better is trite, and the rest of the tracks may or may not prove engaging.
Still, these early songs show that HH&F were clearly on to something fresh and worthwhile, and this early promise does blossom more in their subsequent efforts.
This is not to say that the album is not a great album, it is! It has some real surprises on it, in particular, "Hey Achmed".
You'll not be sorry to have this one in your collection.
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