Like practically everyone else circa 1976, I loved this album. I played it for years, & his subsequent failure afterwards is one of the great puzzles of that era for me. Yes, in part it was due to a rushed out follow up & mismanagement, but he never really got over the stigma of I'm In You, Where I Should Be, Breaking All The Rules, etc. Anyhow, I guess I gradually played it less & less by the mid 80s & hadn't ever replaced it when I went from vinyl to CDs in 1990. I got a copy of it on CD cheap a while back at Walmart & bought it. And though I still like it, it really hasn't held up for me after all this time has passed. It's still pleasant enough & worth a listen, but I suppose that misguided nostalgia made me forget how lightweight it is. This was one album that did not age well, at least for me.