Son, just keep on, keep doing what you're doing. Let it be good, sings the father, and his grown children, standing close by, echo his words. Let it be good. It's a moment of faith in both God and the father, for the younger ones seem to know the message of this song in their hearts already. They are already living it. To some it may be only a track on an album, the first release of the new Bible and Tire Recording Co. label. But for the Sensational Barnes others, it expresses an unbreakable bond with their own father, Calvin Duke Barnes. As with all the songs on this, their debut LP, produced by Bruce Watson of Bible and Tire Recording Co./Big Legal Mess Records at Delta-Sonic Studios in Memphis, it was chosen from the oft-forgotten 1970s catalog of the Designer Records label, but it could well have been written by the Barnes family themselves.