A five track ep that is immersed in of a sense of pop glamour. This mother and two daughters trio are at the front end of the pop/rock combination that passes for country in some places. Nothing wrong with the singing or the songs rather it's the skewed notion that this owes something to what might be termed country music. Producer Anthony Smith co-writes three songs here. Colour Love Blue and I'd Be Lyin' are the closest the album comes to the genre with some pedal steel high in the mix and the trio's harmonies and lead vocals all shown to good effect, though the latter again soon hits the big sound after the mandolin and acoustic guitar intro. This has it's place and the trio, with the right breaks, might get wider recognition but it sure ain't what I would choose to call country.