NOT ONE TRACK is a dud!
...and yet, they're all just a little different, from the wistfully regretful "Never Too Close" to the folk throwdown of "I'd Do It Again," to the hard-boiled "Too Many Clues In This Room," to the sadly elegaic "Protocol," to the good-neighbour's adivce of "The Houuse You Live In." I still haven't mentioned the two best tracks. "Race Among The Ruins" is a track Bob Dylan would have been proud to write, while "The Wreck Of The Edmund Fitzgerald" is not only his most-downloaded on eMusic, but also a reminder that pop audiences of the 70s weren't completely into disco and prog-rock. It's a very unique top-five hit, and its appeal has only grown in 35 years... I'm not a huge Lightfoot fan, and I haven't listened to the early releases. I have this and the Greatest Hits LP. I listen to this one MORE.