If you like troubadours that sing important songs then you should appreciate Tom Cochrane. If you already do appreciate him then you must get this and share it so other people can be touched by it. There are four or five songs that make me cry every time I hear them; not because they are sad, but because they are moving. This could be his best work ever. I am very glad that I bought it. Rosa Parks, Terry Fox, a husband's love for his wife that doesn't remember him because she has Alzheimer's disease, a song for those unsung heroes coping with AIDS in Africa, a troubadour's need to keep going in the hopes of reaching Nashville as an analogy to life, the difficulty of "moving on", & some Cochrane Rock and Roll including Canadians drinking beer by the lake in the summer.