Disappointing book as there is too much of Mr Egan and not enough archive material. Surely original reviews of the albums would be of more interest than rather sterile reviews by Egan 40+ years after their release.
A personal and autobiographical record from one of our best lyricists. Although on first listening it appears a little melancholy, the more you listen the more you sense the love and hope in the songs. Also for a man who was complimented for telling a joke in a "gregorian chant" he sings really well. A top album, in the days of Gareth and Will every home should have one!