The Bottom Line
- "You Don't Know My Love"
- "My Life"
- "A Day in the Life of America"
- 11 Tracks on the CD.
- Produced by Keith Stegall and released by Sony BMG on the RCA Label.
- Brand new Studio Music from Ronnie Milsap.
Guide Review - Ronnie Milsap - My Life
With Ronnie, one never knows quite what to expect as he has always been cutting edge with the material he chooses to record, and this album is no exception. It is different, yet distinctly Ronnie Milsap. Ronnie gets a little funky with "You Don't Know My Love" in an upbeat tune about a solid love. "My Life" is a reflective song about the choices of life and knowing he's making his own path. His voice is perfect for this song, swelling and ebbing through the verses - giving glimpses at what he can do when he really wants to let go. "Time Keeps Slipping Away" is another song with a catchy beat and hits life of today dead on. It talks about how time moves so fast that you wake up one day and realize life is passing you by. It ties in nicely with "A Day In The Life Of America." This is one of my favorite tracks with the daily grind of life of the average American broken down into getting up for work, drinking your morning coffee, going to work, coming home, eating fast food of some sort, going to bed then getting up and doing it all over again. No wonder 'Time Keeps Slipping Away' when you aren't looking. "If It's Gonna Rain" is a powerful ballad as is "Somewhere Dry." Anyone buying this album will get hours of enjoyment from it.