It's All Over Now CD, Import
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The big question is was it worth the wait? The answer is a resounding ‘yes’, despite the fact that the title track – a reggae-influenced version of the Bobby and Shirley Womack song which is most closely associated with the Rolling Stones – is, for me at least, completely dispensable. By contrast, the highlight has got to be the first recording of the future hit ‘Cruel to be Kind’ (co-written by chief Brinsley’s songwriter Nick Lowe and guitarist Ian Gomm).
What lies between those two are a further nine high quality tracks, comprising four more cover versions, two more Lowe-Gomm compositions, a Lowe-Edmunds number, a solo Lowe song and one track, ‘Do the Cod’, to which all five band members contributed: an ironic display of unity as they were actually in the course of breaking up during the recording of the album (which helps account for the large proportion of covers) and famously went their separate ways at the end of the sessions.
The album as a whole doesn’t quite match ‘New Favourites’ but with Steve Verroca’s US-radio friendly production, songs showcasing styles ranging from the imitation Philly soul of ‘God Bless (Whoever Made You)’ to the Don and Phil-sounding ballad ‘As Lovers Do’, and with a sizeable potential hit in ‘Cruel to Be Kind’ it could well have been the album to break the band in the States. It’s fun to speculate on this and frightening, reading the liner notes, to realize that the original tapes were nearly dumped when Rockfield Studio was clearing out its tape library. Notwithstanding the recycling of much of the material later, that would have been a considerable loss.