Through a sea of changes they moved, from sparse indie folk to jazz, and with this album, they slotted into the classy pop niche. Very much a cosy 80s album for those that had weathered the new wave of the late 70s, EBTG still have the Habitat/Ikea image in their front-room. This is unnecessary carping because the songs are quite excellent, from the romantic innocence of "These Early Days" to the romantic experience of "I Always Was Your Girl." Thorn's voice is at last sounding fully in command and the choice of the late Danny Whitten's "I Don't Want To Talk About It" is inspired.
- Format: Vinyl