Average Rating 6.41
Sadly there is little to commend what is a very
ordinary album made up of nine songs lacking sparkle or
originality. The instrumentation is reasonable, the
orchestration at times good and the sound is clean but
it really is a second rate album.
This is one of my least favourite BJH albums. They
seemed to be struggling for direction and that is all
too obvious. It has none of the charm of earlier and
indeed many later albums and at times is downright
tedious. Many of the songs are too long, too tedious and
The best track is John Lees' Just A Day Away (Forever
Tomorrow) which at least has a reasonable hook line.
Elsewhere there is very little to recommend.
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