Indian Reservation - Columbia - 1971
They best songs are the ones where you clearly feel the group ”The Raiders”. For example, the strong rocker "Prince of Peace" is a fine example of what the late Raiders line up could deliver. A few other tracks such as "The Shape of Things to Come" have some of the same quality, but as a whole the album goes in too many different directions and therefore never comes close to comparing to the excellent predecessor "Collage".
"Birds of a Feather" a fine popsong written by Joe South, who might have listened a little too much to Van Morrison's "Brown Eyed Girl". Quite excellent cover versions you have of "Eve of Destruction" and "Come in, You'll Get Pneumonia". Quite unusual, moreover, that Lindsay himself contributes only a single song, even one of the least interesting (The Turkey)
But as already stated the album comes out mostly as a quickly composed shambles.