When this debut album was released back in 1987, they were often compared to Steely Dan from many aspects, mostly because of Gary Clark's vocal. But, of many new groups that made their debut that year, Danny Wilson stood out artistically, and their music's quality is not even comparison to today's disposal music scene. Took their name and album title from a Frank Sinatra's movie, and the entire album flows smoothly just like a good movie. Mary's Prayer, perhaps the most known single by Danny Wilson, is a masterpiece, and pleasant to listen even after 13 years after the song is released. Broken China is poured with emotions. Spencer-Tracy is an incredible instrumental tune that sounds as if it's telling a tale without a word. Aberdeen and A Girl I Used To Know is a rare uptempo songs. Overall, the group sticks to simple, acoustic sound, yet create most profound sound with a great melodies backed up by Gary's vocals. Davy, Ruby's Golden Wedding and I Won't Be Here When You Get Home are such examples. Five Friendly Aliens is a fun song. Only after 3 albums, the group split, but Danny Wilson's sound is as fresh as always, and it's definately one of a kind, and my personal all time favorite album as other Danny Wilson's albums.