At last this long lost album from 1982 by Journey band member Jonathan Cain's then wife makes its way to CD. I've read that this disc is mastered from vinyl, but don't expect to hear any vinyl pops, clicks or hisses. I didn't. The sound is very clean on this release and it's well worth picking up if you've been wanting a CD master of this album for years.
If you're not sure what to expect from Tane, this album is sort of like Pat Benatar light--a bit rockin' but not that much. Actually, it might better be compared to Quarterflash. It has hints of 'new wave' influences and power pop, but it's really just girl pop rock. No matter how you look at it, the best song on this album is definitely the only Top 40 single, "Holdin' On". This is a great pop rock track and should have scored higher than number 37 on the charts back in its day. You also get a duet between Tane and Jonathan on the rock ballad Almost Any Night. Other favorites of mine include Temptation (another guitar and synth rocker), Vertigo (the closest sound to Holdin' On), Hurtin Kind (very Quarterflash--without the sax), Danger Zone (VERY 1982), and Crazy Eyes (another Quarterflash style track). After that you get a couple more tracks: my time to fly and suspicious eyes, rounding out this very short 9 track album that barely breaks the 30 minute mark.
If you love 80s music, especially early 80s music that you haven't really heard before, this album is worth the purchase. And if you're a fan of Tane, then also try to land a copy of the soundtrack for the movie Terminator, which features a couple of Tane's absolute best 80s, very new wave tracks (although her name is spelled differently on that release, I guess to be futuristic and new wave: Tahnee Cain).