The talented British singer-songwriter's 1988 album attracted critical and commercial acclaim largely on the power of its title track, a hit single that brought the dance-ready r&b style of the 1960s (being backed by the Memphis Horns group, no less) for a whole new generation. However, the rest of the eight-track release packs the same punch and maintains the same high quality. "Holding On" in particular has a fun, upbeat energy that's infections, and even at over six minutes the song never wears out its welcome. Softer tracks such as "The Morning Side" and "Don't You Know What the Night Can Do?" depict a wistful Winwood showing off his emotional vocals in a smooth way. Overall, this is a tremendous album that richly rewards those who give it multiple listens.
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