This is really a light R&B album like Donny Gerard’s from around the same time. It is notable to westcoast fans for featuring David Foster on Piano on 8 of the 10 tracks (His stand-in on track 3 is David Paich no-less). In fact, as far as I can see, this album features all the members of Attitudes who were George Harrison’s backing band at the time. “Love Enough” is a first-class westcoast piano ballad and Eric even tries his hand at a country song, so you can’t say he’s not diverse. His voice reminds me a lot of Richie Havens.  (By warrian)

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