The first of two LPs released by Gordon Lightfoot in 1968, this was his third studio album.
This was Lightfoot's first album to make it to the charts, but only in Canada.
After he switched record labels - from United Artists to Reprise - and recorded his sixth LP in 1970 (the first with Reprise) did he achieve widespread success beyond Canada.
That sixth LP was originally called "Sit Down Young Stranger" but was renamed "If You Could Read My Mind" because of the commercial pop success of that song.
Cover photo: Charles Steiner
Liner photo: Dan Kramer
Cover design: Tim Lewis, Push Pin Studios
This album went to a fan in California.