The worst thing about this recording is the cover where Eubanks
is wearing a wet T-shirt with a rock guitar slung over his muscle-bound shoulder. Just who the target audience was for this is still a mystery. Once beyond this insult to both performer and consumer, there is very little here to get excited about. Eubanks
' playing is fine as always, especially on "Nardis," but the arrangement and production of the songs were obviously geared toward "light" jazz stations. In that respect, the album is a success, but for those who have come to expect integrity from Eubanks
, this one can be skipped. Incidentally, the rock guitar pictured on the cover is only used on two tracks.