Ian 'Doyle' Mills describes his tape as 'basically evangelistic' and that is what it is, though sometimes a tad TOO basic - our grassroots hero even lurching into the "Jesus died for me/at Calvary" rhymes of a thousand other evangelistic songs. His voice is interesting, there's some pretty good slide guitar from Billy Emerson on "Lights In The Darkness" but the whole thing suffers from a lack of quality songs.
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