The variety here includes the campy, '60s sunshine pop entry "Happy Town" and two instrumental interludes consisting of a brief, rhythm section-enhanced trumpet solo and a reprise that swaps out trumpet for synths. As indicated by the title, lyrics reflect on love, relationships, and their inherent complications, altogether making for a nostalgic but above all affectionate debut(allmusic.com)
Very good pop album with different influences. As i listened the first time i was pleased that it wasn't an album for cocktail partys or well practical for use as 'Muzak' in supermarkets because i must confess that was my thoughts before i had heard the album and only had read some reviews. It's full of real good songs. Top notch musicians here and in my opinion a refreshing and brave album for the pop market. If you don't know give it a try.
Frank Flac part1 & Flac part2