Anyone who remembers Cliff's 1979 hit and perennial fans' favourite "We Don't Talk Anymore", ought to like this album. That song was written and arranged by Alan Tarney, who went on to produce this album. The resulting sound is consistent and contemporary, focusing on pop rather than rock, and produced several of Cliff's most recognisable hits of the decade - "A Little In Love", "Dreamin'" (written by Leo Sayer) and "Give A Little Bit More". The album bounces keenly along from start to end, punctuated here and there by slower songs and some lyrical ballads. Nowhere does it lack pace or rhythm and, as ever, Cliff has chosen songs that have a strong lyric and definite tune.
You could buy the album for the hits alone, but it has more to offer than that. The singles are representative of the whole, and are not just the highlights; meaning that the album attains a high standard of production throughout. While the album has no message as such, and it omits the Christian undertones of some of Cliff's other work, it holds together brilliantly, and merits replay after replay. It is a thing of pure entertainment.
Goodness knows why the American version of this album had an uninteresting photograph on the cover, when the rest of the world got the airbrushed artwork of Cliff boxing. Maybe Americans were not thought sufficiently familiar with him to recognise the caricature.
This remastered version includes two bonus tracks: "Dynamite" (by Ian Samwell) and "Keep On Looking" (by Alan Tarney). The album's sound is great, though not earth-shatteringly better than the original. Still, it is a worthy addition to any Cliff collection. For someone who is not an ardent Cliff fan, this is one of the THE Cliff albums to try.