this album is quite a find for fans of macca and wings. it bridges the gap between 'juniors farm' and 'venus and mars'.
i first bought a copy on cassette when it was re-released by ryko. then i found an original vinyl edition of it. about a year ago i won a couple of ebay auctions and i managed to win not one but two copies of it still sealed--and i found a used copy of it on cd in a ma and pa record store for just $4.00!!! i am crazy about this album from the artwork to the musicianship. i think mike sounds like he could easily be a wings member, and he sounds a bit like his brother on here, but more like eric stewart of 10cc.
yes, you can find downloads of this album--but you are like me, you got to have a hard copy of it too, especially if you like it and want a back-up because it is rare.
my favorite song is 'the man who found god on the moon' it is absolutely brilliant with the harmonies, etc.
sorry to hear you were taken for a ride. if you dig really deep online you can still find a copy of this amazing album. it's easy to pass off a bootleg of a cd these days with the scanning of artwork onto decent grade paper and direct printing to disc.
this album is long overdue for a re-issue, don't know why it hasn't. it is an important link and a favorite amongst fans.
good luck tracking down an original version of it.
Tomorrow, when we both abandon sorrow.
Oh, baby, don't you let me down tomorrow,
Thro' the week we beg and steal and borrow.
Oh, for a chance to get away tomorrow.