What does it sound like?:
One of the last BJH albums, this 1993 recording is, it has to be said, not one of their finest moments.
The redeeming feature is maybe the closing ‘The Ballad of Denshaw Mill’, although this remastered and expanded version of the original album does also include the full length version of ‘Forever Yesterday’, previously only available on the cassette version of the album.
A second cd has unreleased live material from their 25th anniversary concert in 1992, mostly unreleased and featuring some classic pieces from the band’s heyday.
What does it all *mean*?
By this time, the two songwriters had such different approaches, it’s really like listening to two different bands at times.
Goes well with…
Soft easy listening rock really.
Might suit people who like…
Probably one for BJH completists rather han the casual fan or newcomer, who would be better investigating the ‘Welcome To The Show’ cd, which is probably the strongest of the band’s latter day output.