Only the album cover -- two separate, non-smiling photos of George and Tammy partially overlapping each other -- and a handful of the tracks attempt to directly tell the story of the dissolving marriage on this, the fourth duet album. Far more telling though is the inclusion of rather disjointed crowd-pleasers like "Roll in My Sweet Baby's Arms" and the semi-novelty hit "(We're Not) The Jet Set" -- by this point, the two had become a part of the touring machine and the album seems to built around a stage show. The songs, outside of the title track (a number one hit), aren't particularly memorable.
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AllMusic Review by Chris Woodstra