The title says it all, pretty much.
I would say it's one of the best since they re-formed back in 1985 and is a good combo of new material, cover material, and older material.
Yes, you might ask yourself, do I need yet another version of Matty Groves or The Hiring Fair? And the answer is probably not, but these are good versions. And because they're acoustic, they're pretty much different than any other version out there.
The acoustic instrumentals are great, and I've love to see an album of just newly written instrumentals like Woodworm Swing and Mister Sands is in the Bulding.
Like I wrote, there are better Fairport albums out there, but I pull this one off the shelf quite a bit. And you can usually get it cheap used. It's worth it for sure.