Donna Summer's return to glory and steadily building comeback lost precious ground with this album, a symptom of what went wrong with her Geffen albums. It wasn't aggressive rock, entertaining pop, or rhythmically exciting dance/disco. Instead, it was an indecisively sung, poorly produced collection of pop/rock clichés and superficial songs. It did contain one nice song in her cover of Brenda Russell's "Dinner with Gershwin," but she couldn't build from that number.
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AllMusic Review by Ron Wynn