A solo album from 1975 by Alan Hull: actor, activist and one of the founding members of Lindisfarne, who died suddenly, of a heart thrombosis, at the age of 50, in 1995. The title is taken from a television play in which he starred, one of the "Second City Firsts", a BBC drama anthology series of single plays which were recorded at BBC Pebble Mill in Birmingham, or sometimes filmed on location. The series was transmitted between 1973 and 1978 and used Pentangle's "Train Song" as its theme music. All tracks except "Nuthin' Shakin' ", which was written by Eddie Fontaine, Cirino Colacrai, Diane Lampert and John Gluck Jr., were written by Alan Hull.
Although the spine of the sleeve has been scuffed so badly, down almost half its length, that it has split, the sleeve notes, lyrics and photographs remain clear, and the lp within is in excellent condition, no visible flaws. It has been tested and plays perfectly, no jumps, no crackles.