Well, Scott Walker may not be one of my favorite artists, I really enjoy his ballads from the late sixties - so moody. But, the theatrical and bombastic orchestred tunes he so often did is not my cup of tea at all. This LP from 1974 was he's last album before he retired for some years (he did a short reunion with The Walker Brothers?). As the previous albums from the early seventies this is a more laid back and folky country tinged album. A bunch of the songs were written by the country artist Billy Joe Shaver, then some covers of Gordon Lightfoot (Sundown) and Alex Harvey (Delta Dawn) amog others. To me rather unexpectedly, his voice fits perfect for this soft singer-sonwriter oriented kind of project. This LP definitely deserves more attention!