Audio Remasterer: Sean Brennan .
Liner Note Author: Kevin Goins.
The finest album of Ronnie's career, Philly stalwart Thom Bell's productions dominate the LP and are the best thing that ever happened to the New York-raised actor/singer. Ronnie's full-throated, youthful tenor and Bell's lush arrangements are quite compatible. The worthy repeat plays include the following nuggets: "I Think I'll Tell Her," "Point of No Return," "I Just Don't Want to Be Lonely," and Barry Mann's "When You Get Right Down to It." Columbia placed a good chunk of promo money on "One Man Band (Plays All Alone)," an adventurous song, but it lacked the directness and earthiness of the aforementioned songs. Bill Jackson and Stan Vincent also contributed their producing skills. ~ Andrew Hamilton