Time reunites Price with some of the finest studio musicians from Nashville's past, collectively known as the "A Team." Including such legends as Harold Bradley (whose recent work with Mandy Barnett is amazing), pedal steel player Buddy Emmons and guitarist Pete Wade, the A Team and producer Fred Foster give Price a finely structured musical bed upon which his still-perfect voice fits with ease. The blend of honky-tonk and cosmo-country works well, with great songs by Cindy Walker, Harlan Howard, Hank Cochran and Price himself.
The new generation of country stars should do themselves a favor and listen to the Ray Price method. He never shouts or strains, and after about 60 years of singing, he sounds as good as ever. Now that's impressive.