Buying the albums sampled on “You Can All Join In”.
Track 5 on Side 1 of the LP closes that side, and is “Sunshine Help Me”, the track which appears on the sampler, and hence the second track I ever heard by the group, after “Better By You, Better Than Me”, the song that appears on the next sampler “Nice Enough To Eat” [see far above!] This is a classic self-composed thing, but up-tempo and a bit frantic, not as “stately” as their other stuff, and thus a little atypical.
Side 2 opens with “It’s All About A Roundabout”, the song from which the album derived its title. This has a genuinely spooky feel to it, but is nevertheless a splendid piece, and yet another classic example of the brilliant combination of Gary Wright’s falsetto and Mike Harrison’s most authentic prog-rock vocals. This mix was a trademark of the band, along with its keyboard driven backing.