Album Remarks & Appraisals:
"Can't Keep From Trying" and "Coming Home (Rest Your Eyes)" show the maturity in the lyrics, tunes, and arrangements of Nimmo and bassist Lindsay Coulson, which are reflective. The last track is the gospel-sounding "Let Love In," with exceptional background vocal harmonies from the Butler Family providing a real sense of spirit and occasion, a fitting end to an uplifting album. What you do get is King King's evolution into a more versatile, mellow, mature, and subtle band which has not lost its high-energy intensity. King King won't be standing in the shadows, but will continue moving onwards and upwards towards claiming their rightful spot centre stage.
Personnel: Alan Nimmo (vocals, guitar); Bennett Holland (keyboards, background vocals); Lindsay Coulson (bass guitar); Wayne Proctor (drums, percussion).
Audio Mixers: Wayne Proctor; Steve Wright .
Recording information: Superfly Studios, Ollerton.
Photographer: James Arnold .
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