When I was but a wee lad, I made the important and fortunate decision to purchase this masterpiece album by T for F. This record album was so listener-friendly even me stodgy mum and pa enjoyed it. In fact, the record album spun on our record player non-stop. As a family, we literally played this record all the time, and I think we wore it out. Sometimes I'd play it outside and the music would blare and echo amongst the hills of beautiful Scotland. At any rate, there are some very diverse sounds on this T for F record, which will please all listeners of the world. The bursting energy of "Shout" is a stellar leadoff tune, and I used to sing this song to myself a lot before getting ready to play golf (a fun game that began in Scotland). Quickly, however, this record delves into a jazzy sound on the second song, and from there the music is wide-ranging in terms of depth and sound. There were several hits from this record album, but even the ones they never played on radio were quite good. It was made in the '80s and is thus a little shorter than record albums made these days; but shorter albums in the '80s seemed to have better songs, because the artist had limited recording space. Yeah, these guys were creative, and they went on to make other great albums. They kind of have a pop/adult contemporary vibe, so that even your pa and mum will enjoy them.
I have many other favorite American pop bands, but T for F might be one of my favorites.
From Scotland, signing off...