It's a glorious album. I give it a George 13 (S/A gets a high 12.) It's got only a little bit of filler (I'd be willing to chop "Hungry For Love," "Le Feel Internacional," and maybe "Does Anybody Love You?" Oh, and the part of the first suite that has the dumb dog-barking noises.) The great tunes are "International Feel," "Never Never Land," "Zen Archer," "When The Shit Hits The Fan/Sunset Boulevard," "Sometimes I Don't Know What To Feel," the "Soul Medley" and "Just One Victory." I've rarely even played it without playing the whole thing. And of course the usual stunning realization that he did pretty much every instrument himself.
And it's a friggin 1970s keyboard lover's DELIGHT. I don't remember any Mellotron but aside from that, he must've had every keyboard in the 1973 playbook.
If I had to pick a complaint about the classic Todd albums it wouldn't be his corny jokes but rather the slight overuse of "Hey Jude"-type piano lines.