One of the straightest soul albums recorded by Milt Matthews in the 70s – a mix of east coast and southern/modern styles – produced and co-arranged by Landy McNeal. The tunes are mostly in a mellow and midtempo mode, and titles include "Do What You Really Feel", "Do Drop In", "Wait Stop That Train", "Me & You & Love", "Trust Me", "After Love, What", and "This Is My Song".
Mid-period Stylistics, recorded after their association with Thom Bell and Linda Creed, and during the time that the group was handled by Hugo & Luigi. H&L do an ok job with them, and they've got Van McCoy handling arrangements to add a bit more soul to the mix – but the record is still down a few notches from the classic years. The album includes one last Thom Bell arrangement – the group's huge "You Make Me Feel Brand New" – plus other cuts like "Love Is The Answer", "I Got Time On My Hands", "I Got A Letter", and "We Can Make It Happen Again", perhaps the group's wish for a bigger hit.