Yes, Freddy, it's a great record but I don't think it's neglected or overlooked as such; it's highly regarded by critics and by those of us who were there at the time: I hope that you don't get down and dirty and do the rattlesnake shake whilst listening!
Danny Kirwan's songs, singing and beautiful guitar work help to make this an engaging listen; in my opinion, this is the real tragedy of Fleetwood Mac: the sad tale of Danny's alcoholism and homelessness. Clearly an extremely talented and sensitive soul, listen to 'Bare Trees' or 'Future Games', he's all but forgotten now. Addiction and emotional damage are par for the Fleetwood Mac course, but Danny Kirwan's fall from grace is particularly moving and desperately sad. I, for one, would have loved the chance to hear more great music from him. It really irks me that he has become a footnote in the Fleetwood Mac story, despite carrying the band through 2 or 3 albums which knock the likes of 'Rumours' into a cocked hat.
Cocteau Twins: 'Treasure.' A perfect compliment to the glacial beauty outside. An icy jewel of a record