I first bought this in 1971, intrigued by the line-up of Ex-Vanilla Fudge men and the guitarist from my favourite U.S. band of the 60s, Mitch Ryder and the Detroit Wheels. I wasn't too enamoured[at first] of Long Tall Sally but the album took off after that.Thanks to the fantastic Eddie Kramer's brilliant engineering, the subtle effects on headphones still thrill me after all this time.I could never find the poster in the US edition[or German edition] of the album as it wasn't issued in England, but after looking for nearly 30 years, I finally found one in Vancouver. Later I found another one in London so now have two copies..... Unfortunately all it is, is a copy of the fold-out inside cover!! I was quite disappointed!! Standout tracks are Rock and Roll Children, Feel So Bad, One Way or Another and the icing on the cake, Big Momma Boogie!!!!!However in retrospect, the whole album stands the test of time as do their other albums. As far as I'm aware, they never came over to the UK,except for the Isle of Wight festival when I happened to be in Canada!!!Its great to have their stuff on youtube and also to hear both versions of the line-up.There's some great stuff on Jim McCarty in some of the Guitar Magazines and one day I still hope to see him and his Les Paul live somewhere on the planet...I saw Carmine and Tim with Jeff Beck at the Rainbow in 1974[?]and have one of Carmine's sticks somewhere...So it was the Scrambler, was it Jim???I still feel that Jim reaches[and refreshes] the parts that other guitarists strive to attain and some of his other bands e.g the Rockets are worth checking out too.Hope to see you one day Jim somewhere on the planet!!