Twila Paris continues to become more pop-oriented with each of her releases, but that's not necessarily a bad thing. Although Where I Stand could be mistaken for any number of records cluttering the adult contemporary radio stations, Paris performs with style and grace, which is what saves the album from being either a sell-out or a wash-out. Some stronger songwriting would have made the album even more enticing, but as it stands, Where I Stand is simply another pleasurable record in her deep catalog.
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AllMusic Review by Rodney Batdorf