They were one of a kind: six men singing without any instruments, and for a few years in the late eighties they covered some great music. This CD contains their Number One hit "Only You" but there are other tracks at least as good, including "You've Lost That Lovin Feelin" and "Groovin'." The live tracks show them and their audience really enjoying themselves, from their idiosyncratic version of "Space Oddity" to the surreal cabaret of "Summertime", and a rabble-rousing live finale of Jackie Wilson's "Higher and Higher."
They chose some great songs and usually managed to add something to the originals. Harmonies, melodies, humour and odd noises - everything but instruments, although they do boast an all-vocal "horn section" on the last track. I believe they did attempt a comeback but if they had only produced this CD and nothing else they would have justified their existence.
One of the most upbeat CDs I've heard and great for playing on long car journeys. If this doesn't bring a smile to your face you've probably had too many botox injections.