The Bottom Line:
Voiceprint follows Island in trendy business.
Nice collection of BBC material. The acoustic stuff is the best.
Fine rerelease of genuine classic with interesting bonus material.
The outtakes are not as good as the remastered songs, though.
Ellie Rhee finally out of prison.
Seven bonus tracks give more insight in this classic JM album. Five of them originate from a 1975 John Peel session.
Unreleased Sounds Of The Seventies..
Four bonus tracks from two 1973 BBC sessions make a nice addition to an underrated album.
"So nice to see our John again" (Paul Wheeler)
Worthy rerelease of one of John's best albums. May You Never single on CD at last.
The seven bonus tracks are mainly interesting alternative takes. These prove that the right choices were made for the original album back in 1971.
Only one in the Remasters series without a bonus track.
Twelve page booklet included with sleevenotes by John Hillarby.
Collecting starts all over again
John's debut album with a previously unreleased bonus track from the period that fits in nicely.
Well produced CD with interesting bonus material.
The 12 page booklet carries sleevenotes by Mark Powell and some original photo material from the period.
The CD itself is printed in pink Island label design.