Joseph Williams is son of movie theme writer John Williams and one time lead singer with Toto. He has made a few solo albums, mainly aimed at the Japanese market, one of which (I Am Alive) was excellent but the others no more than OK. So I approached this album with some trepidation as singers of his era rarely improve as time goes on. However, here is an exception. This album is packed full of delicious melodies which are enhanced by the glitzy production and Peter (Steve Lukather sound alike) Friestedt's guitar playing. This album has a real 80s AOR feel about it and takes me back to the days when real musicians played real music. The opening track 'Swear Your Love' is a real belter but nothing disappoints on this offering. Even the rather twee instrumental at the halfway point makes for some refreshing variety. If you didn't know better you would probably think these were unearthed Toto recordings from the circa 1986. Shame it won't sell but if you like reminiscing to melody packed rock harmonies, you will absolutely love this album. At just under 33 minutes it is a bit on the short side but 'never mind the width, feel the quality'.