Yeah, I listened to KOL an awful lot too; my family went on a camping trip right after it came out, so I listened to it dozens of times within the first week or two ... less often after that! But I still retain some residual fondness for it, long after deciding that it was not one of his best efforts. "Maybe Someday" could have been a great latter-day put-down song, in the vein of "Positively 4th Street," with some better lyrics and a musical backing that had a pulse. Bob puts some energy into the vocals, though. "Brownsville Girl" is either a fascinating mess or a masterpiece, depending on who's calling it (I lean towards masterpiece); and I unabashedly love "Under Your Spell." "You Wanna Ramble" is fun, and "Got My Mind Made Up" is a decent rocker. Hey, that's almost half the album! Someday, when Jeff Rosen hires me to assemble Empire Loaded -- Knocked Out Of The Groove: Bootleg Series Vol. 22, I'll get to dig into the sessions that Rolling Stone was raving about in their Summer Issue of 1986, and see what all the fuss was about.