The 11th album from this English band.
The band was a quartet on this album with a lineup of drums, percussion, bass, guitars and keyboards.
Two guests added whistle and female vocals.
This album was originally released as a Godfrey & Stewart album. But the re-release named it as a The Enid band album.
The music is very much in the The End vein.
That means classical music on keyboards with some electric guitars in the Mike Oldfield vein and some whistles.
The music is very big and bold.
The vocals are OK and these fifty minutes are OK too.
I am not overly impressed or even pleased about this album. The music is simply not good enough.
This is barely a decent album... well, not even that.