When I got this CD, I couldn’t take it out of my player. Every tune is a gem. It’s not as gritty as some of the earlier releases, and doesn’t have the triple guitar sound of the earlier albums, but it is very polished sounding and is definitly the most melodic of all of their work, in my opinion.John Galvin get put way up front in the mix with his keyboards and gets to sing with the amazing Danny Joe Brown, on Goodbye To Love. Bobby Ingram and Duane Roland do some great guitar work in tunes such as There Goes the Neighborhood and Take Miss Lucy Home. There are a couple of ballads, but for me, the highlight of the album is the tune I Can’t Be Watching You. It has some great piano work by John G and has a very jazzy feel to it. To me, this is what southern rock is all about, guitars, a great singer, awesome piano work, and mostly, the story that is being told.