Namely, the problem, at least in my eyes, is the stark difference between the disc's (very strong) start and it's (somewhat limp to the) finish.
But, as I say in my print review of the disc, it's still largely a very, very solid disc--Miller's best, for sure--thanks to the undeniable pop turns of the album's best tracks early on.
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And, among the great tracks on the disc? The intricately instrumented, nostalgic "I Need To Know Where I Stand," which Miller's label has been kind enough to pass along to DC9 readers for listening and downloading after the jump...