This was the last Album by the original Line-Up of the Band, as as soon as the Album was released two of the founding Members left to form a Band called Jo Jo Gunne (Jay Ferguson and Mark Andes) and Ray California leaving for a while to pursue a Solo career. During the recording California fell from his horse and fractured his skull, resulting in a delay of several months, as he spent more than 1 month recovering at the hospital and another one at home. Even after all that he couldn't still work as he had before for a while. The Last Album is also considered to be the Bands best, overcoming their Debut, which is also regarded as one of the Bands best works, but which lacks the amazing songwriting and composition characteristics of Dr. Sardonicus. Mind you that this is a Conceptual Album, not telling a story, but with a main theme that is followed in every song. Our existence and its fragility. Spirit is one of the Best Bands of their age, and were extremely influential to today's Music.
Best Tracks - "Prelude - Nothin' To Hide", "Nature's Way", "Animal Zoo", "Love Has Found A Way", "Space Child", "When I Touch You" and "Street Worm". I don't know why i hadn't listened to Spirit since i posted their Debut. I truly don'y know why i did so. Well, it was a mistake and it is now corrected, as i will now listen to the two Albums between Dr. Sardonicus and Spirit.
- Randy California - Bass, Guitar, Vocals.
- Ed Cassidy - Percussion, Drums.
- Jay Ferguson - Percussion, Keyboards, Vocals.
- John Locke - Keyboards.