Two albums on one CD, both released originally in '72. This is top drawer country rock that rivals the Eagles for it's consistant high quality. Genuine emotion and intelligence shine from this album of love gone wrong songs and beautiful arrangements. Two real high point for the genre from a highly underrated group. Seventeen tracks, including: "it's All On Me", "Take It Before You Go", "Leave My Heart Alone" and "Amie."
Live concert recording during 1978, ten years into their career. Their intelligent and emotionally genuine country rock clearly had by this time began to earn them some commercial recognition by this point, despite numerous line up changes (something that would continue for the next ten years of their existence) and previous failures in the chart. Includes: "I’ll Change Your Flat Tire Merle", "Pickin’ To Beat The Devil", "I’ve Just Seen A Face" and "Drifting Too Far From The Shore."