Not really deviating from a formula which was modestly successful for Mother Earth, the band takes the adage "if it ain't broke don't fix it" to heart with Bring Me Home. Staying in form with the blend of R&B, gospel, folk and soft rock, this-nine song session remains a vehicle predominantly for the group' s siren, Tracy Nelson. The band delivers constantly solid performances backing Nelson's impassioned vocals in a very complementary fashion, but really doesn't set itself apart from the majority of the group's output.
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AllMusic Review by Rob Theakston