In my opinion, Buffy's finest album, bar none. Her famous vibrato seems markedly less prominent than usual, and her vocals are among the most appealing of her recording career. Gone the twee, self-conciously "folky" singing of some of her other records. She full-on belts on rockers like "Not the Lovin' Kind" and "Native North American Child", the rockabilly "My Baby Left Me", the anthemic "Mister Can't You See". She turns sex kitten, Kate Bush high notes and breathless delivery on "You Know How to Turn on Those Lights" ("doncha, baby?"). Best of all is the haunting title tune, sung in a voice filled with wonder by a space-age Native North American child, wishing "bon voyage" to those venturing into the cosmos, confiding that she knows "a boy from a tribe so primitive/he can call me up without no telephone". I'm not a Buffy fan by and large; but this is one of my all-time favorite albums.