It's Your Choice (1987) was a private label release and the only release to come out on that label. It was also first effort by JAG to form a sound all his own and put it to recording. It was freeing and indeed captivating. Free Indeed is funky but there are also plenty of rockers on here. It's almost got a 70's feel at times and also includes a ballad Selah. But if you wanna rock, you don't have to wait very long, only about 20 seconds into the first song ROAD TO BABYLON and those guitars start flying at you. Song 3, WHEN THE DAWN BREAKS THROUGH contains one of the highlights with some serious guitar shredding. Yep there are some keys and some soft spots but the guitars are thrilling on more than 1 song. This only leaves you wanting more after one pass through. It's one of those album that you'll find yourself reaching for at just the right moment. It's raw and unapologetic both lyrically and musically. It's unclear who plays all these instruments but I have a sneaking suspicion that I know who. But I will let you decide for yourself and just see if we are jiving on the same wave length. Get my drift?