I used to really like Jeremy Spencer in Fleetwood Mac, he provided a nice foil to Peter Green with his raw covers of Elmore James and his rock and roll - and also his off the wall humour. However, as Green developed and progressed Jeremy seemed stuck with his Elmore/rock and roll songs and just as he was starting to find his own voice on 'Kiln House' after Green had left, he also said goodbye to the band.
His latest record still sees him playing slide guitar as well as showing his debt to classic rock and roll and country but he is also blending these influences to create something new and more individual on songs like "Blind lover" and the title song. I always liked his voice and it still sounds good today and he still has the touch on the slide guitar, listen to "Moonshine slide". Jeremy has also gone down the way of the kind of melodic instrumentals often associated with the original Fleetwood Mac, with "Sweet were the days", "Nightingale's pledge" and "The world in her hands" - not the kind of music he personally would have once been associated with! This is a well-made good-sounding record that shows Jeremy still trying to combine his disparate musical influences and create something new and individual from them.