I can't say I'm a rabid Ash follower - I've owned 'Argus' for decades, also own 'Live Dates' and 'There's the Rub' (both of which I like) and once saw the two legendary guitarists live playing tracks from their most celebrated album on the 'Night of the Guitars' tour in the 80s, alongside such six-string luminaries as Robbie Krieger (The Doors) and Steve Hunter (Alice Cooper/Lou Reed).
This, of course, was the second Ash album and for me, it's the work of a band still finding their feet. The infamous yodelling will not appeal to everyone - it certainly didn't to me - and the production isn't as sleek as on 'Argus' and the later, more West-Coast oriented material. I have to say I was very disappointed with the album - and I am a great lover of 1970s rock music of all stripes.
If you're unfamiliar with Wishbone Ash, I'd say tread carefully and try and listen to a friends' copy before buying - and if you are totally unfamiliar with the band, buy 'Argus' now, as it is one of the great 70s albums that belongs in every collection alongside 'Dark Side of the Moon', the untitled Led Zeppelin album, 'Ziggy Stardust', 'For Your Pleasure' and so on.