When I first heard the song "After The Storm" by Norman Brown, I was confounded as to how a jazz song could song so good. Ever since I've been sampling Norman's music at CDNOW, and I've went out and got Celebration. In my opinion, a few tracks alone can make this album a convincing buy. "Together At Last" is a song that is suitable for driving on the road or relaxing to. It's has a mellow (very cliche) vibe. "Celebration" is a notch above smooth jazz, it's a subtle groove number with a keen guitar bridge/breakdown toward the end. And also, there's a unique twist on the SWV original "Rain." Personally, I think Norman Brown is one of the best contemporary guitarists of the decade. If the aforementioned songs weren't included, it wouldn't totally affect the overall value of the album, it would still be a good thing to put into your walkman/cd player any time of the day. This is probably Norman Brown's best album to date.