This strong second release from this duo could well establish them as a group to be reckoned with in today's Bluegrass scene. Darin Aldridge was known to a certain extent for his mandolin picking and singing in one of the last Country Gentlemen bands before Charlie Waller's passing; now he is teamed up with his wife who is an excellent singer. Their solos and duets are lovely and they have picked their songs very well --it's all pretty new contemporary material that works beautifully for them. Jerry Salley was a writer or co-writer on three of the songs here including the superb a cappella gospel song I'M BUILDING ON THE ROCK OF AGES (Salley helps with the vocals on this and a few other tracks). Another standout song is Tom & Dixie Hall's LET'S NOT GO THERE. It's all fine Bluegrass and we think we'll be hearing much more from this group.