Ronnie Dyson was based in New York at the time of this recording, but this album had a definite Philly Soul vibe, mostly thanks to the 4 tunes (the first 4 on this CD) that the legendary Thom Bell produced and wrote. Arguably, those are the best tunes on this album, but the other tracks are pretty darned good too, including another Thom Bell tune, "Point of No Return" and a cover of a Randy Bachman tune called "A Wednesday in Your Garden." Ronnie Dyson was one of the more underrated soul singers from this era, and most of the material on this album suits his sweet-singing style very well. The only real dull track, for my tastes, is his cover of George Harrison's "Something"
In addition to the original 10-track album, this CD reissue contains 6 bonus tracks, some of which are very good. One that isn't quite up to par with the rest of the material is yet another unlikely cover version, George Clinton's "Life and Breath." But instead of what you would expect (Clinton = funky) the tune is a downbeat ballad. Overall, though, this is a very good bunch of songs and any fan of Dyson's, or of 70s soul, should enjoy this one very much. This CD includes a booklet with track details, and an essay by Kevin L Goins that includes a short bio of Ronnie Dyson. Very well done reissue.