Reviewed by Norman Smith
"Football.....bloody hell," Sir Alex once famously mused. The game's ultimate expert, bewildered by the sublime transcending the ridiculous, magic superceding the mundane, frantic footy creating something unique, partnerships making the finest poetry. For Alex, the game is still a mystery. So is this album. I want to slate it for its overproduction, but I can't. I'd love to hammer Ms Lennox'x slick, Irish-American vocals as indulgent, but I won't. Instead, I'll celebrate, Fergie-style, the mystery of a fine album. What Keith and Kristyn have is a unique partnership. They are gifted, and poetry is what they produce together. For what it's worth, the best song is "Look To The Lord", but, hey...all the songs are highlights. Bring on Bayern Munich. Add this to your collection.
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