Chad & Jeremy's first album in 15 years was a pleasant pop/rock reunion, even if it sounded a bit like two solo albums melded together -- five songs by each, with the partner providing harmonies. Stuart's songs tended to be the more melodic and romantic, while Clyde, who delegated the lyric writing to others, contributed more sophisticated word scenes and more uptempo music. The production, by Stuart, was contemporary, of course, and it seemed the duo finally had reconciled themselves to the big beat and loud guitars of rock & roll. But the real reason Chad And Jeremy fell by the wayside in the '60s was that they couldn't keep up when recording artists were expected to write their own high-quality material, and that hadn't really changed a decade and a half later.
AllMusic Review by William Ruhlmann