The Louvins' Capitol output was extremely consistent, and this 1960 LP (reissued on LP in England by Stetson) is no exception. Working under producer Ken Nelson, the traditional core of their harmonies and guitar remained intact, updated only very slightly with some fuller arrangements and mild pop touches. Most of the material is love laments, with "I Wish It Had Been a Dream" and "She Didn't Even Know I Was Gone" (mournfully heartbreaking even by country standards) being standouts. ~ Richie Unterberger
An album you really want on vinyl to get maximum pleasure from the awesome picture on the cover that so perfectly captures the theme of the album.My two top tracks would have to be Plenty of everything but you and While you are cheating on me but most of whats on offer here is among the Louvins best . Very nice place to start your Louvins collection.