If you are a fan of Pentangle, John Martyn and Mike Cooper, you need to own this unearthed treasure from one of the lost geniuses of acid folk.
When it was originally issued on the old Village Thing label in 1973, one of its last releases before unfortunately folding, the classic solo debut of one-time Julie Felix guitarist Chris Thompson was hailed as one of the greatest acid-folk albums of the '70s. And after one listen to this ultra-rare eight song LP, you can easily understand why it was held in such high regard, given the pristine Jansch-esque precision with which Thompson picks his strings and calmly croons his wayfaring odes. This deluxe two-disc reissue nearly triples the length of the original album. It's expanded to include alternate takes, rare cuts and a second disc that cherry picks the best of every stage of Thompson's 40 year career. If you are a fan of Pentangle, John Martyn and Mike Cooper, you need to own this unearthed treasure.