musings, rants, rambles, and typographical errors from a toronto librarian. Now with vinyl.
Thursday, March 23, 2017
Howard Jones: One to One (1986)
I think the verdict on this record is that it is far more mature and laid back than his earlier recordings, but that fact didn't really mean that this is a good record. It's OK, but I think the earlier stuff is better.
Some CD releases of this album contain the re-imagined version of No One is to Blame.