I've had this album for quite a while now, having bought it for 49p from one of the wobbly clearance spinning racks in Woolworths in 1972. It's one of those albums you can re-visit every so often, and find yourself thoroughly enjoying, even after all that time. There's something enduring about bands like these from that time, when bands were original, believed in themselves, worked damned hard for little or no reward/ recognition, but got off on giving the fans a bloody good night out. Back when record companies took chances, before everyone sounded the same. This album swings more towards bluesey R&B than it does prog rock, but every tracks a winner, and yet another instance of 'Why didn't they make it with material as good as this?'. If you like Coliseum, Family, and Nucleus, you'll love this. No nonsense, no surprises, but well worth buying, and on CD it's a tenth the price of vinyl now, so it's also great value too!