For his last album of the '60s, Baldry took a marginally more soulful approach than he had on Let the Heartaches Beginalthough Tony Macaulay co-writer of the "Let the Heartaches Begin" single was still around to feed him a few mainstream pop tunes. The result was more bearable than the previous effort, but not much.
No one's going to highly value Baldry 's soul-revue interpretations of "Sunshine of Your Love," "Cry Like a Baby," or other soul and rock hits of the period, even for camp or nostalgia value. The more pop-oriented selections are still the sort of cabaret-ish hack jobs that induce grimaces, and Baldry 's vocals are still lacking in basic chops.
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