Angela Bofill's gifted voice has mellowed with age. Aesthetically, the New York-raised singer has never topped her first two albums on GRP Records. She did have a hit later on Arista, but the fans she won with that commercial joint were fleeting. She brought a bag of tunes with her to this project (co-writing all but one track), so the CD has an autobiographical slant. There are a few purple passages --"Love Changes," "Let Them Talk," and "Real Love" -- but not nearly enough. A variety of producers (including B Angie B) lent their skills but, if they weren't credited, you would think this was the work of one knob-twirler. An enjoyable but easily passed-over set.
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AllMusic Review by Andrew Hamilton