1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars
A Welcome re-addition to my collection, 13 Feb. 2009
I had this album years ago when it first came out but had almost forgotten about it. Found an old cassette of it recently so added it to my Christmas list and am certainly glad I did. It's got five extra tracks on it which is a great bonus but even without them the original album on it's own is well worth having again.
The variation of the tunes is refreshing given what some groups around these days seem to do i.e. not record 10 tracks on an album but record one track ten times.
And the quality of the playing is superb. From the opening track, the wonderfully poppy "You Can All Join In" to the orginal single release "Feeling Alright" (later covered by Joe Cocker), to the haunting "40,000 Headmen" and "Crying To Be Heard" the standard of song-writing and playing is still a joy to listen to.
I thoroughly recommend previous listeners to get this CD back into their collection and for new ones to give it a real go - you won't be disappointed.