webebuyers | Indiana | 11/20/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
1) Love Struck
2) So Misunderstood
3) I'm The One
4) Color Shock
5) Every Shade Of Love
6) Everybody Wants Somebody To Love
7) I'm Just Wanting You
Are we all listening to the same cd?
Jenks | Chicago, IL | 04/15/2007
(3 out of 5 stars)
"First off, let me say that I have been a fan of Jesse Johnson's (on and off) since 1985. Even so, I find it highly questionable that this cd rates any higher than 3 stars. This is not Jesse Johnson at his best. There were only two songs on this album that I thought were good: "Love Struck" and "I'm Just Wanting You". The song "I'm Just Wanting You" is well written and arranged and the guitar work is simply superb. Other than that, the rest of the album is well...medicore. It seems as if Mr. Johnson was stunted artistically. Surely, he was fed up and frustrated with the music biz and all its politics and this frustration was apparent with this album. Or he probably just needed some time to reflect and to recharge his artistic batteries. This album is more hard hitting, with respect to his guitar playing. Perhaps this album can be viewed as a transitional album. Because after this album, he didn't release another until 1996, which was Bare My Naked Soul-an all out rock album."