In the past we have noted several good albums by Audie Blaylock --a good singer and musician who in the past was a member of Jimmy Martin's group, then played later with Rhonda Vincent's band. Blaylock has been known for solid traditional music, always with some recognizable songs and tunes. But this CD is a step in another direction, mostly because the 10 songs here are not outstanding and don't seem to fit the style that Blaylock has established over the years. We waited patiently through the 10 tracks for something memorable, but even the more familiar last cut (COUSIN SALLY BROWN) suffered by being played too fast. Backing Audie up here are Evan Ward (banjo), Patrick McAvinue (Fiddle & Mandolin), and Reed Jones (acoustic bass).