A nice late-'80s set of urban contemporary tracks with a light dance/pop tinge from Britain's Junior Giscombe. He only got one mild chart hit from it, but Giscombe continued plugging away throughout the '80s, seeking to get another big record and remove the stigma of "fluke" hanging over him. The problem wasn't so much that he lacked talent, but that he never issued a definitive or even significant album that would have demonstrated staying power beyond "Mama Used to Say." Unfortunately, this didn't prove to be the album.
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AllMusic Review by Ron Wynn