1 Open Carefully - 3:09
2 Crossroads - 4:51
3 The Journey, Pts. 1 and 2 - 6:38
4 Lucky Star - 7:00
5 It's No Secret - 3:51
6 Don't Turn Back - 3:50
7 Bird of Paradise - 4:56
8 Lucky I've Got You - 3:57
9 The Answer - 3:37
10 For the Rest of My Life [Live][*] - 8:24
Snowy White is best known by his work with Thin Lizzy and Pink Floyd but his solo stuff is also worth listening. 'Lucky Star' is a good opener although the synth is a bit annoying. It's also the most pop-sounding of all the songs. 'Bird of Paradise' is the best known song of Snowy White and it's a really good song but not the ultimate highlight here. The biggest highlights are the both parts of the instrumental 'The Journey'. The guitarwork is just absolute pleasure to listen to. B-side is not as strong but it has some neat moments too. The stand-out tracks of the B-side are the hardest rocking song of the album 'The Answer' and the killer final number 'At the Crossroads'.
The guitar playing is the key thing of this record and I found it pretty impressive at some points. Snowy White succeeded with this album. Definitely worth checking out.