What does it sound like?:
This 1990 album is arguably the best of the latter period releases by BJH.
Now released as a remastered and expanded two cd set, the album was the first studio recording following a three year hiatus and was far more successful in Europe than in the UK market. The ‘Stand Up’ single from 1992 supplements the original album, while the second cd contains mostly unreleased live recordings from their 25th anniversary show.
What does it all *mean*?
Not a bad introduction to the band’s later work, although their golden run of albums in the 70’s was long behind them.
Goes well with…
As in the previous review, this is soft AOR really, but none the worse for that.
Might suit people who like…
Other BJH albums, but again this is probably one for the committed fan – newcomers should check out the band’s work in the seventies to hear them at their creative peak.