On the back cover, under the “meal” photograph, are the details of the band, track listing, and sundry credits. These include the following:
“DAVE SWARBRICK plays fiddle on Cajun Woman, A Sailor’s Life, Si Tu Dois Partir and mandolin on Million Dollar Bash. TREVOR LUCAS plays triangle on Si Tu Dois Partir. MARC ELLINGTON sings on Million Dollar Bash. IAN MATTHEWS sings on Percy’s Song.”
Those are credits to conjure with. By the next LP, Dave Swarbrick would have joined the band. Trevor Lucas married Sandy Denny, and was in a later line-up of the group. “Percy’s Song” must have been the earliest track to be put down, just before Ian Matthews left.
Also of interest are the production details: “JOE BOYD, SIMON & FAIRPORT WITCHSEASON PRODUCTIONS LIMITED”.
It was many years later that I realised that the drummer, Martin Lamble, had already been dead a week before this album was released.