I bought this CD on a whim after reading about Bob Lind, and have to say that I was pleasantly surprised. This music (which was recorded in 1970) sounds like it could have been released yesterday and would fit right in with today's acoustic music scene. I suspected prior to buying this disc that the arrangements might be dated or flowery as some of the products of the late sixties singer/songwriters can be, but it isn't. Lind's tasteful arrangements, timeless melodies, and relatable lyrics make this a recording that has aged very well (if at all), and I admire that in a recording artist. Lind surrounded himself with a lot of talented musicians for these sessions too: Bernie Leadon (Flying Burrito Brothers, The Eagles) on lead guitar, ex-Byrd Gene Clark on harmonica, and notable session musician Doug Dillard on banjo. An added bonus was the liner notes, which were written with Lind's participation and contain his insights and explanations about the subject matter of each song. Lind is very candid about his drug and alcohol abuse during the time he wrote and recorded this music and is honest about how it affected his songwriting, which I found to be refreshing. I also have to add that his songs about relationships have the kind of insights that remain true from generation to generation, which is the mark of a great songwriter. A lot of the songs also capture the kind of disillusionment that was prevalent in so many of the albums of the early 1970's, when for many the dream of the sixties was over and the drugs had really kicked in. Lind's voice is a perfect vehicle for singing these types of songs too, his vocals on "Anymore" and throughout the album have the perfect mix of longing and anger, but with an underlying hope and tempered with the perfect amount of whiskey soaked rasp. If you are a fan of the singer/songwriters of the early seventies, this is a worthy addition to any collection and I would recommend it. I'm also glad to hear that after many years away from the music scene Bob Lind is recording new music. I will definitely be keeping my eye out for a new release.