Bob Luman's career was filled with ups and downs, his successful start as rockabilly artist in the late 50's was followed by years without any chart success. In 1968, he started recording for Epic, produced by Glenn Sutton and later by Billy Sherrill. These recordings illustrate his search for the right song that would have brought him back on the road to the top. Although several of his records made it to the top 30, he didn't have a top 10 hit.
The song material ranges from classic country (with Lloyd Green and Pete Drake providing most of the Steel work) to pop flavored songs (with orchestra) and also some driving rockabilly sounds. They might not have been overly successful at the time, but most of those records are still very enjoyable today!