Personnel: Johnnie Taylor (vocals); Jewel Bass, Thomisene Anderson, Catherine Henderson (vocals); Jimmy Johnson , Dino Zimmerman (guitar); Tim Mika, Steve Dressler, Bob McNally, Mickey Davis, Peggy Plucker, Janet Dressler, Claudette Hampton (strings); Sybil Cheesman (flute); Gary Armstrong, Harrison Calloway, Charles Rose, Harvey Thompson, Ronnie Eades (horns); Carson Whitsett (keyboards); Vickie Lancaster (percussion); James Robertson (drum programming).
Audio Mixers: Wolf Stephenson; Pete Green.
Recording information: Malaco Studios, Jackson, MS.
Photographer: John Haynsworth.
The title tune was a nice change of pace, part mocking and part confrontational. Otherwise, it was a standard Taylor record on Malaco -- lots of fine, earnest gospel/soul singing with blues underpinnings, expert production and arrangements, and one or two songs that might have become staples in the '60s or '70s. But you can't help feeling that time has passed many of the Malaco (and Ichiban) artists by. ~ Ron Wynn