- Off the charts “Triple Triple” sound for this classic Richard and Linda Thompson album – both sides earned our top grade of Triple Plus (A+++)
- The best copy we’ve ever played, with superior Tubey Magical richness that just knocked us out and made it our clear Shootout Winner
- Everything you want in the sound of a good British Folk Rock album is here in abundance – enjoy!
- 4 Stars: “The Thompsons, from the opening Irish fiddle derivation of a Chuck Berry riff, through Linda’s exquisite performance of “A Heart Needs a Home,” to their cover of Mike Waterson’s “Mole in a Hole” which closes the record, once again create a timeless amalgam of folk and rock…”
This is one of R&L Thompson’s best albums, their second release, following the luminous I Want to See the Bright Lights Shine from a year earlier. Rich and full-bodied, with big bass and gobs of studio ambience, this is the way this music was meant to be heard. (more…)