Turn Around is filled with great tracks. There are a few good guitar rifts but don't expect what we were treated to in his earlier work. Instead, you get a much more soulful and personal work with every song being one in which he is credited, at least in part, with writing it. A bit more R & B than just blues, Lang's soulful voice still shines through but he also shows incredible versatility and expertise with a high falsetto on a couple of songs.
The lyrics are great -- some songs like "One Person At A Time" are a bit superficial though the intent is nice. I wish that the lyrics weren't spread horizontally across the entire 6 panels of the CD liner as it makes them hard to read. "Only A Man," "Anything's Possible, "Don't Stop," and "On My Feet Again" all have great lyrics from Jonny's personal turn around. "My Love Remains" (co-written by Stephen Curtis Chapman) and "That Great Day" have strong gospel influence carried off very nicely by Lang. The final track, "It's Not Over," gets back a bit to the bluesiness you can't help but love Lang for.
If you're looking to just hear Lang's voice and work again, this CD is worth it. But if you'd like some edgy and highly personal R & B-influenced Christian music, you will really enjoy this album.