Walt Mink's third album returns the band to the green pastures of their debut; it's full of good pop songs and sounds as if John Kimbrough had less on his mind than on the self-produced second album, Bareback Ride. More free time in the studio gave Walt Mink -- and producer John Agnello -- a chance to play with production techniques, resulting in some playful experimentalism on several tracks. Most songs, however, are strictly saccharine with Kimbrough's occasionally whiny vocals being the only negative to pop nirvana.
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AllMusic Review by John Bush