Former Babys and Bad English frontman John Waite wrote his sixth album from many different backgrounds. From the harsh and strong “Suicide Life” to the upbeat country twanging of “I-95”, Waite can turn his hand to anything. Be warned, many of the songs are like new shoes, they need walk-in gently and with care, rewarded are who persevere with an original rendition of Dylan’s “Just Like A Woman” and then onto the more lyrical, acoustical tracks of “Bluebird Café” about a waitress who’s going be a star one day, “Valentine” and “I-95”, a fast paced tune about starting over and how great it is to be alive! “When You Were Mine”, the title track, is a trip down memory lane with your old flame, and what a fun trip it is!!