I've been reviewing the Strawbs CD catalog and note the transition from English folk-progressive rock, without electric guitar riffs and rich with piano and even cello in the late '60s-early '70s, to what seemed to have been a collision with Pete Townshend in the later '70s. I like Dave Cousin's vocals amidst the changes. This CD is the more accessible one for anyone who likes '70s UK power-chorded rock, but "Bursting at the Seams" is still the favorite.
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