Solid easy listening, not too ambitious. Maybe a little over compressed. Drums seemed to lack transients, but that makes it less edgy and thus more accessible. Melodies were solid and sound design seemed in line with end of 80s synths, instrumentation, and safe mixing.
Bob always comes through. Those basslines are so sick. Never knew the name "Family Man" before having to figure out who played bass for The Wailers. This might not have many of the timeless classics but it still put me in a better mood.
I like art rock that can keep me interested, again some solid bass lines here.
Not my favorite kind of music, but a few more classic hits here than I knew Frampton was responsible for.
Great songwriting, didn't mind the voice. Too many blues progressions - but it's consistent and meets or exceeds expectations...
I liked this a lot - it didn't require a ton of attention and despite being prog rock I felt it was groovy and made sense rhythmically. Lots of prog rock can throw you off the groove but I didn't get that sense listening to this. The harmonies vocally were pretty good too. But kind of an annoyingly high tenor at times. Some of the time signature changes were a bit rushed later in the album though.