Dance & Electronic, Pop, and R&B album by Boz Scaggs
Lanky Texan neo-soul crooner and underrated guitar warrior Boz Scaggs was a Steve Miller Band alumnus who jumped ship to probe silky R&B instead of gritty blues, the Miller Band's original milieu, and each of his early '70s solo albums polished the mix … see full wiki
This record does not limit itself in anyway. Whether its smooth ballads like Harbor Lights and We're All Alone, smooth pop(What Do You Want The Girl To Do, Lowdown, Georgia) or flat out rockers(Jump Street, Lido Shuffle) this album cooks from start to finish without a single weak point. Th Future Toto Band Members and Little Feat's Fred Tackett make nice contributions in support of Boz. Its amazing how Boz never duplicated the success of this fine recording, although he had a couple of other decent songs. None the less, ignore the last reviewer's comments and buy this winner.