The annoying, filler material is only represented by a couple of tracks (at the end of the album), and pretty much everything else here is good.
The opening track has those sweeping, majestic strings and vocals on par with anything from the golden ear of Baroque Pop. Track 4 "Early Sherwood" has a child-like, melancholy playfulness that reminds me of Syd Barrett-era Pink Floyd, "Temma Harbour" is a great little pop song...
I mean, there are far worse albums from the 60's out there - I actually think that it's better than certain overrated records like Dana Gillespie's "Foolish seasons" for instance - so I really don't know what doesn't go down well with people here.
It is fresh, it is varied, it has period flavor - good stuff to my ears.
From RYM (horus in monoxyde)