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A welcome re-issue,
This review is from: The Garden Of Jane Delawney (Audio CD)
Many people will have discovered Trees via the 1970 CBS sampler "Fill Your Head with Rock", which featured the title track of this album (by the way, whatever happened to Amory Kane?).
This was Trees' debut album, and though probably surpassed by their second offering (On The Shore), it still contains some great stuff, and recalls (for me at least) a time when everything was a bit simpler. Trees themselves (or maybe their PR company) used to call it "music to feed your head". Not an original line, but it seemed to fit.
The title track has been covered by several artists, including Francois Hardy and All About Eve. I even once heard it played live by the Kiki Dee band (guess where the song's author ended up). All in all, a fine example of early folk-rock.