1981 album recorded for Rounder Records as part of the deal which also saw the label release the third and final version of his "Seven Bridges Road" album (See Ace 1496). The early 80s saw him move away from country into a much more rock-orientated direction. The small group features the twin guitars of Mac Gayden and Jerry Shook, and there isn't a pedal steel to be heard. Another departure is the lack of Steve Young originals on the album; only 'The River And The Swan' is written by him. For the rest, he covers a wide range of material from the pens of Jagger and Richards, Waylon Jennings, Cat Stevens and others.