The record was made in Austin, Texas in guitarist/producer Daniel Barrett's studio and sounds great, with Ruthie sounding very at ease and relaxed. The title track is testifying gospel with the addition of Derek Trucks' fabulous slide guitar, "Working Woman" by Grace Pettis is a powerful plea for women's rights in the modern world and Pettis also wrote "Good Sailor" a melodic ballad with sailing imagery informing life lessons - "smooth seas never made a good sailor". "Abraham" by Shawnee Kilgore is a song about President Abe Lincoln - which may well have a message for the current President. There are some star session players involved here including Trucks, Larry Fulcher and Willie Weeks on bass, Warren Hood on fiddle and mandolin, Frank LoCrasto on keyboards and Joe Vitale on drums but for me its Ruthie's voice that is the star of every track. This is a good, well-played record that has lots of variety and as well as well-chosen covers also includes modern songs with important messages.