I am just going to say this now, I unapologetically love Randy Travis’ voice. Although Marc Cohn’s “True Companion” was my wedding song, my ex-wife and I’s first dance at our wedding was to Randy’s “Deeper Than The Hollow” & “If I Didn’t Have You”.This is the only non Greatest Hits album I own by Randy.There are quite a few entries like this on the list, where I really love an artist but only have one or two selections besides the GH package or box set. This album was released in 1991, after both Greatest Hits Vol. 1 & Vol. 2 had been previously released. There are several songs here that could have made the cut on those 2 records. The biggest hit here was “Point Of Light”, which is a nice tune, but has always sat funny with me because it was a take on George Bush and his silly”1,000 Points Of Light” program (which also spawned a great lyric by Todd Snider when he quipped about American gullibility “we’ll buy anything from Diet Sprite to 1,000 points of light, I admit we’re not that bright, but I’m proud anyway”). “Forever Together” is in the vain of Travis’ classic country love ballads ala “Forever & Ever Amen” vein. “I’m Gonna Have A Little Talk (with Jesus)” is a catchy and fun country hymn song with a modern sound. My favorite cut on this disc though is “Better Class Of Losers” which is a fun country stomp that is infused with Randy’s country twang . Interesting to note that a then relatively unknown Alan Jackson co-wrote many of these songs with Randy, including “Better Class Of Losers” & “Forever Together”. Randy would return the favor the following year by co-writing Jackson’s first big hit “She’s Got The Rythm ( and I got the Blues)”.