|1. Lady D'arbanville|
|2. Maybe You're Right|
|3. Pop Star|
|4. I Think I See The Light|
|6. Mona Bone Jakon|
|7. I Wish, I Wish|
|10. Fill My Eyes|
There are the other standouts - Trouble, I Think I See The Light, and Lady d'Arbanville are my overall standouts (Funny thing about that last one - it was about Cat's girlfriend at the time. Apparently she was really excited that he wrote the song about her and she loved it until she really paid attention to the words. "Hey - I'm Dead!" Apparently she didn't take to kindly to being dead in the song...)
Anyway, I can see how some of the other songs can be dated. They are good, but I have never really been over impressed with them, especially with Lilywhite. However, Katmandu alone is worth the album, and since ever a mediocre Cat song is better than 99% of the garbage on the airways today, you really can't go wrong.
This album marks Cat's first foray into more introspectical, stripped down, more honest tunes from his older "poppy" string driven tunes of the late 60s.
The album contains the popular opening tune Lady d'Arbanville, as well as the classic "I Think I See The Light".
Other standouts on the album is my personal favorites: Katmandu, Trouble, and Lillywhite.
Superb beginning of a string of great albums.