I remember seeing this K-tel album in the record stores when it first came out back in 1982. Well, it's a good idea, I said to myself, but who is the bandleader? Sammy Schmidlapp? Pstoink Picklegong? Harry Hankelberger? It had to be some no name studio band that I had never heard of, right? WRONG! I picked up the album and looked for a name and there it was on the bottom: LARRY ELGART! I said Wow, if it's the Larry Elgart band, then I knew it had to be good. Then I remembered all those distinctive Elgart tunes being played back in the 1950s and 60s by both Les and Larry Elgart. If you were around back in those days you couldn't possibly miss them. Their music was everywhere! The Adult Contemporary radio stations played their hit albums constantly. Wherever there was the new FM stereo radio stations playing, you heard them. You heard their smooth, swinging grooves in hotel lobbies, doctor's offices, restaurants, department stores, drug stores, grocery stores, rail stations, I mean everywhere. Never saw them in person, but I remember seeing them on TV, on the Jackie Gleason Show. Well, this record turned out to be a BIG hit, which encouraged more albums to follow. Everybody liked it, and I'm happy about the fact that the Elgart sound is still there. Though musically inactive today, hopefully, Mr. Elgart is still practicing on his alto saxophone. Give his other albums a listen. If you like this one, you'll like them, too.