Fantastic late Latin Soul by Tito Ramos – one half of the TNT Band, stepping out here on his own with a really mindblowing style! Tito's "head" was definitely at the same point as many soul artists in the early 70s – on one hand, concerned with the fate of the world, and hitting a more righteous vibe, but on the other, also getting sweet and mellow on some great ballad/
harmony styled tracks. The mellow tracks are really the best – with a fragile approach that sits well next to Joe Bataan and Ralfi Pagan
's Latin soul work of the period – and all of the lyrics on the set are in English, giving the album a bit wider-ranging appeal. Tracks include "Let Me Tell You (Where My Head Is At)", "She's Been Hurt Before", "Did Anyone", "So You Need Someone", and "Heaven (Is Not For Everyone)".
(Out of print. Front insert has some small stains on the back.)