Sunday's Child was originally released in January 1975. The sessions were short but intensive, producing songs of considerable contrasts from the boogie of "Clutches," to the traditional folk song of "Spencer The Rover." The overall feel of the album is one of contentment and John Martyn called it "the family album, very happy purely romantic...a nice period," an impression borne out by "My Baby Girl," which featured wife Beverley on vocals for the last time. Many of the songs such as "One Day Without You," "Lay It All Down" and "You Can Discover" are pure emotion and romanticism. ZigZag called Sunday's Child, "Simply one of the best British albums made in the 1970's...it just seems to get better all the time."