Its worth the $$
S. M. Klauber | New Zealand | 11/04/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is either a truly underrated record or forgotten gem, whichever you want to choose. From the day it came out I thought it was great music by two significant talents, and I never understood why it did not acheive greater popularity. The alternating cuts, each taking his turn, really works, and I think this is the best work Townshend has ever done, outside of the Who, of course. As for Ronnie Lane, well of course I knew of him from the Faces & had heard some of his solo work, but I had bought the album (now I'm dating myself!) largely to hear Townshends' work. To my surprise, I thought Lane's work was stronger, and I still occasionally will hum songs like "Annie" while mindlessly walking around or doing something. This is really a damn fine album, and I recommend it to any fan of good introspectively-oriented music."