Once again blending sweet vocal harmonies with an Allmans/Skynyrd-style guitar attack, the Outlaws add an air of cautionary tension to their third album by starting off with the Henry Paul/Monte Yoho composition "Gunsmoke" and ending with "Man Of The Hour", which, along with "So Afraid" and the title track, are among the most foreboding songs in 70s rock. Anyone who's just promised a person they like that they'll do whatever's necessary to look good for them in all ways would do well to heed the message of these four tracks. Also noteworthy is the uptempo love song "Heavenly Blues", written and sung by Henry Paul. Overall, this is one of the best Outlaws CDs ever.
I would recommend this to a friend