Yes, I`m biased as I`ve been listening to Mr Saloman since the 1980`s, but by crikey this is one superb album.
A fantastic mix of typically Bevis thoughtful songs interspersed with great heavier numbers.
The best IMHO is kept for last with a fantastic jam taking place over two sides of vinyl, akin to Acid Jam of old, but if anything more structured.
There is some brilliant hammond playing by the frond, and Mr Simmons guitar is on fire, assisted by a driving rythm section that Hendrix wouldnt have been ashamed of.
The leaving of London was an excellent album, this I think set the bar even higher.
How can a bunch of blokes well into middle age sound this good?
Easily, they have lost none of the fire in their bellies and their consummate skill as musicians shines through along with Nick`s undiminished songwriting ability.
Destined to be a classic.
The only thing is, this national treasure deserves more recognition.
Spread the word and buy this album.
If we are lucky, the old boy will keep making them!