Sorry Ray (Dorest), but was it really necessary to detract from the name everyone knows again? At least the album has a title (Together Again) unlike the 3rd Polydor album release which was simply called Ray Dorset & Mungo Jerry. The original vinyl version of this album from the early 1980's was never officially released in the UK and were it not for the fan club I would never have known about this CD which contains an excellent version of Bob Dylan's 'Knocking on Heavens Door'. This was originally released by Stagecoach as a double A side that included the superb 'Hazel Eyes' which sadly does not appear here - WHY NOT as it is streets ahead of the dire 'How Can I Live A Lie'. Mind you with the running time of CD's there is more than enough room for both anyway. Granted it gets a bit bogged down with disco styles but the Status Quo ish 'Heart of Fire' is a gem and 'Marguerita' is pretty good too. Ray Dorset has that rare knack of writing songs in almost any style that stick in your head for days.