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On his latest disc, Nashville songwriter and session man Buddy Miller shows himself to be a master of the nearly lost art of restraint, underscoring truly heartfelt lyrics with a bridled emotion that only intensifies the impact. Most of the songs here explore the darker sides of love, from Paul Kennerley's "Love Match" to the Miller original "Does My Ring Burn Your Finger?" Emmylou Harris lends an affecting duet vocal to the plaintive title track. Miller lightens up musically, if not lyrically, on a couple of hook-laden foot-stompers, "Somewhere Trouble Don't Go" and "Lookin' for a Heartache Like This," with backup vocals from his wife, Julie, who also co-wrote a number of the songs. On the last track, the couple brings the threads of love together to offer a glimpse of hope with a bluesy cover of Pops Staples's "It's Been a Change."