Loved this record (yeah, that's how I listened to it) when I was a little girl. "Atalanta" arguably may be why I was interested in learning about Greek mythology, and "Ladies First" was just delightfully macabre.
Surprisingly, listening to "William's Doll" now almost made me cry. My husband takes such great care of our daughter, getting her dressed and diapered and fed. And I think, ahhh, progress -- because I know my dad probably didn't do these things much, and I know my stepdad leaves the room anytime a baby in the vicinity needs changing. As a society, we have still not shaken off the stigma of the man who takes care of his little children. It's changing (there was a recent episode of Bob's Burgers where it's revealed Bob potty trained all his kids; it was also surprising, and touching) but it's also 40 years later and moms like Nerdy Apple get tremendous attention when they blog about their son wanting to be Daphne for Halloween.
Anyway. I love FTBYAM and sometime in the future Onalarklette will be listening to it. Right now she's a little too young, but I can't wait to sing along.