About ten years ago when I was going through a flat spot in finding exciting new or old music, a clever muso turned me on to this one, and at that time this remastered cd was not in existence, so the sound was'nt great, but the music was good.
Now these 3 gentlemen are/ were capable of making wonderful music, but I found their output hit and miss. At their best, some of it was quite revolutionary.
This album is loaded with feel, and has something not always found in music, charm. Yep, it's a charming album, although the second to the last track "Ground Hog Blues" is a bit fraught and menacing.
Whilst the record won't suck the wind out of you, or give you visions. It is a good album for the road, or turned up at the right time at a party.
I found the remastering to be good, a real improvement.