jimbobareebobalopbopbam | 05/10/2008
(2 out of 5 stars)
"John B. Sebastian QUITE occasionally the John Sebastian that I know and love and emulate surfaces, once, I think, even playing Harp. Otherwise this is just an attempt at something I certainly don't understand. Almost EVERYTHING else he's done is in my collection and there's not much disappointment. I'll probably play this once in a while to figure out what I'm missing. If you're particularly enamored of his harp playing check out Welcome Back, Tar Beach, Daydream and Do you Believe... with the Spoonful. His J Band stuff features a lot of his harp and Annie Raines, with a distinctly different style, also harmonicasizing. His voice, they tell me, has gone the way of Polyps, so the older stuff features that lovely voice."
Finally on CD!
Dennis A. Souza | Seward, Alaska USA | 08/28/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I had this LP, purchased from a record club, when it was first released. I really like the story telling and acoustical guitar that made me feel like I was part of the adventure. So, over 30 years later, having long since lost the album, I've tried to tell my wife about it, but there is no way to explain it without listening to it. When we found it was available on Amazon, I ordered it, and when it arrived, we put it on our outdoor stereo as we did some yard work. While my wife heard the Four of Us for the first time, I enjoyed pleasant memories. It was nice to have John sharing his adventure with us in our Alaskan gardens."