While the composer really can't sing all that well, it really doesn't matter. The album features some great tunes Bayer Sager wrote way back when, and it's interesting to hear her take on those tunes; it's also fun to hear the later luminaries who assist on the some of the tracks: Peter Allen, Melissa Manchester, Bette Midler. My particular favorite, because of its nutty lyrics, is "You're Moving Out Today." I have always loved this song; it's just too crazy not to love. As well, there's the touching "Come in From the Rain," and "I'd Rather Leave While I'm In Love." The charts take you right back to the 70s; they are so typical of the musical arrangements of the era. All in all, it's a nice trip back into the past.