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|1. Ragged Heroes|
|2. Poor Old Horse|
|3. Afro Blue/Danse Royale|
|4. Ampleforth/Layme Low|
|5. Time to Ring Some Changes|
|6. House in the Country|
|7. The Primrose|
|8. Gresford Disaster|
|9. The Postman's Knock|
|10. Pain And Paradise|
|11. Lay Me Low|
|12. Rainbow Over the Hill|
Finally replaced my old cassette version. Every bit as good as I remembered it.Published 2 months ago by Beavis
I fell in love with this album as a teenager, and I haven't found another folk rock album that lives up to the uniqueness and diversity. I simply love every track. Enjoy.Published 12 months ago by Lezley Bold
Still as good as when first released,folk at its best,driven by John Tamms at his best. I would recomend this to anybody.Published 13 months ago by mr.stephen dyer
Back to the '70s and a sound which was new but dated even then! No significant difference between this re-mastered disc and the original.Published 14 months ago by Andrew W.
Great diversity of styles on this belter of an album and everyone one fine playing form.
One for lovers of British folk and folk rock.
I wouldn`t describe it as groundbreaking, unless an overindulgence in the use of synthesiser on a folk-rock album can be perceived as groundbreaking. Read morePublished on 9 Feb. 2004
I typed that review rather hurriedly! "Teeth-grindingly caterwauling noise" should have read "teeth-grindingly awful caterwauling noise"; and for the pedants amongst us, Gresford... Read morePublished on 2 Feb. 2004