Wow! That was a very interesting review/reflection on Man and Myth, makes me want to listen to it again right away. I particularly like the sentence above. Do you think it is a more eloquent statement of what I was trying to say on one of the You Tube versions of The Lord's Prayer? One day they'll finally get the means to see right through the 'Big Bang' and out the other side, to wherever it all was before it was, and somewhere in amongst whatever it is all about, there'll be some beings/spirits/whateveryoureck onthey'dbecalled all sat round a fire listening to this! After the next 'Big Bang', too. Timeless. I've lent the Man and Myth CD to a couple of people, one who had never heard anything by Roy Harper and who told me this evening 'I can't stop listening to it', and another who had not heard anything by Roy for many years who said 'I have to say I really liked the album. I love the mad rambling style of it, not bound by song or track length, off he goes. I mean - a whole Greek myth!' So I reckon your gift ideas [mentioned in another post] are spot-on! With best wishes, Robin.