An amazing debut from Keith Hudson
– a record with undeniably soulful power all the way through – a strong testament to the lasting talents of this memorable singer from the 70s! The production's mighty nice too – often dubby at points, yet in really unconventional ways – with keyboards that tipple behind Hudson
on the vocal tracks, then space out more on the instrumental ones – but often a bit more synthy than some of his contemporaries, in ways that really stand out strongly – especially after repeated listenings. The whole thing's a treasure – a record that grabs you right away, then holds on for years – and titles include "Lost All Sense Of Direction", "Jah Jah", "Don't Look At Me So", "Look At Me", "Don't Let The Teardrops Fool You", "Teardrops", "Like I'm Dying", "Turn The Heater On", "So Cold Without You", "Five More Minutes Of Your Time", "My Time", "Torch Of Freedom", and "Freedom Movements".