An excellent album from US singer/
songwriter Tucker Zimmerman – the product of a number of in-depth recording sessions in 1969 London with Tony Visconti – who plays bass and guitar on most of the record too! Zimmerman might have been more of a folkie in someone else's hands, but Visconti brings some great electric elements to his acoustic core – a bit like he does with David Bowie on the mellower songs for Hunky Dory – by adding in key added touches that flesh out the sound in a modern London mode – including contributions from Aynsley Dunbar on drums, Shawn Phillips
on guitar and sitar, and Rick Wakeman on organ and piano! Tucker's always at the core, though – a great songwriter with this biting style on his best vocals – and titles include "October Mornings", "A Face That Hasn't Sold Out", "The Roadrunner", "Children Of Fear", "The Wind Returns Into The Night", and "Running Running From Moment To Moment". CD features a number of bonus tracks, some unreleased – including "The Red Wind", "Moodog", "Les Visions De Rimbaud", "Non C'E Niente Mai", and "En Memoire De Jean Genet".