Side 1 of this album opens with an energetic version of I'm a believer (the Neil Diamond song that the Monkees took to the top of the international pop charts) and continues with another upbeat song, Fast lanes and country roads. Two excellent ballads (I'd fall in love tonight, Don't look in my eyes) come next. Side 1 closes with an excellent cover of Angel in your arms.
Side 2 is equally impressive, opening with For your love. Brilliant as it is, the next track (If they grow tired of my music) is my favorite on the album. Given that Barbara's career had already been long and successful and knowing that she'd spent a long time in hospital recovering from an accident that could have killed her, I wonder what she was thinking in recording such a song. The radio stations eventually grew tired of Barbara's music, although she continued to have top ten hits on the country charts for a few years after this album was released. Following that outstanding track, there is another outstanding ballad (You only you). Side 2 closes with the title track, which features vocal support by the Oak Ridge Boys.
The radio stations long ago grew tired of Barbara's music but I didn't. She's one of the main reasons for my keeping a vinyl record collection and a turntable on which to play those records. The chances of getting all of Barbara's wonderful albums, including this one, released on CD seem as remote as ever.