First released in 1977, this fine album featuring excellent lead vocalists ably backed, among others, by Snuffy Walden, Joe Lala and the original Rufus, finally gets a CD reissue. It may be mid-price but it has been beautifully remastered and adds three bonus tracks. Don't expect Saturday Night Fever-style disco. This is West Coast smooth disco rock by three white guys who relocated from Brooklyn to LA and they're clearly loving the move. The once ubiquitous "Music,Harmony and Rhythm" opens proceedings with its infectious harmonies and disco beat, followed by the Hall and Oates pastiche of "Sad Eyes". Lots of tracks anticipate the Michael McDonald-era Doobies sound in a slightly lighter dance-orientated style. Listen to the ballad "On The Corner" which kicked off side 2 of the LP. You'll buy the album and start saving for the air fare to California and the rag top to cruise down PCH with a great big smile on your face.