Paul Korda was an original cast member of Hair, he also produced Jon Andersons pre Yes recordings.
This album from 1971 was recorded over a thirteen hour session and features the talents of Chris Spedding, Alan Gorrie [A.W.B] and Andy Roberts [Plainsong] among others. Good organic production from Vic Smith also helps give an edge to the material. This album was pretty much dismissed in a brief review in Mojo but is definitely worth a listen.
On the first few songs Kordas voice does come across a bit like Cat Stevens wearing a very tight pair of trousers, but midway through i started to detect a Dave Cousins vibe in his delivery and at times you could imagine the Strawbs doing some of these songs. The musical backing as you would expect is really good and most of the songs are having a go at the establishment, the title track reflecting on people being pre judged on their appearence.
At the time Korda didn't even know that the album had been released, it slipped out in France on the MAM label.
Rodger Daltry recorded three of Kordas songs for his Ride A Rock Horse album and i have always had him down as being a fairly shrewd guy.