Little feat were one of the most touted bands of the 70's and literally blew headline acts on stage when they played as support.
This is one of the band's most eclectic releases with less input from founder and ace slide guitarist Lowell George, but more in the way of improvisational jazz fushion from classically trained keyboard player Bill Payne and guitarist Paul Barrere. Apparently this was a direction not favoured by George.
There is still more of the lowell magic, however, on 'New Delhi Freightrain' and 'Rocket in my pocket', but the stand out track 'Day at the Day Races', not pennned by George, races along energtically in a brilliant swirl of keyboards and guitars.
Although not as highy rated as earlier releases there is no doubting the sheer class of other tracks 'Red Streamliner' where Michael McDonald adds soulful vocals and the poignant 'Missin you' which ends in a pretty sublime note.