In the press promoting this album, Wynonna has talked about how hard the album was to make. Originally she was working on a soul record, which was shelved, and she decided to give Nashville a try again. She often said how it was hard to find the right songs, since the good ones were going to the popular artists in Nashville. What she delivers is a fairly solid, safe album. To call Wynonna country anyway is unfair anyway, since she has always lended to various other genres. She tries to fit in Nashville's mold on this album though, and it's not really country, but a mix of today's country in Nashville and Wynonna's own brand of it.
The title track was a top 20 hit...but failed to hit the top 10 unfortunately. The second single is the excellent powerhouse ballad "Heaven Help Me", but was not a hit (the video was released way too late after the single was released). She is joined by mama Naomi on the Judds duet "Flies On The Butter", which was previously recorded by Lari White. She does a decent cover of Foreigner's "I Want To Know What Love Is" (which in my opinion has been covered way too much anyway). She shows her soft side on ballads like "Sometimes I Feel Like Elvis", or inspiring numbers like "Your Day Will Come" and "I Will Be".
Overall it's a solid album...but clearly trying to fit into Nashville's narrow minded view of what country should be, did not work for her. The album isn't bad, but next time she should not conform and make an album of music that she wants to, instead of trying to make what might be successful.