oh man, I guess I can take a break from going in order to address this album! I wanted this album for years, but I had a difficult time finding it. A good friend sent me digital files of it back in 2010, as this album never released on CD that I am aware of (except maybe some sold at his concerts), and the LP was difficult to find (although I have found 3 of them since I found my original in 2012). The song SOUNDS is worth the price of admission for this album. IT has some heavy synthesizers on some of the songs as it is truly a mid 80s album (I think it came out in 85'). My dad never had this album so I didn't hear it till I heard it in 2007 when I really was getting into collecting Keaggy's albums. It starts off with a slow ballad titled Look Deep Inside, then transitions to the fast-track song titled Where Has Our Love Gone and then Movie. These two are great mid 80's sounding tracks - similar in sound to Genesis maybe? I'm not well-versed into mid 80s music as I was born in 80', but that would be my best comparison. Movie has a nice guitar solo late in the song that showcases his electric playing well. Like an Island is great as many of the sounds that sound like synthesizers are sounds coming from Keaggy's guitar. Keaggy's ingenuity in producing different sounds with his electric guitars is quite astounding. I am thinking it would be even moreso if I knew how to play the guitar and knew what went into the music of a normal song. Song 5 is titled Riverton and he has had this song on multiple albums....it is an instrumental and starts with a slow piano ballad, then transitions into a strong beat and Keaggy's guitar doing some stuff I initially thought was just a keyboard when I first heard the album. He really takes off later in the song. The sixth song is titled Sounds and is just an amazing song. Probably classified to him as a worship song, the song has it's share of synths, but takes off with some amazing guitar playing that if it was on normal radio stations, would have easily been a hit. The last two minutes of the song are just incredible. Here's a link to the video starting at that part for you... It's too bad that so few know about this great national treasure. Here's a great live version of the song that I have easily watched no less than a hundred times.