The music on this album is an anecdote to our modern, stressed-out society. We as a world are in much need of a relaxing vacation. Four Sexes thinks outside the box--having taken many types of music (pop, rock, R&B, jazz, country, big band) and unified them using the language of space age pop lounge music from a time when cocktails were poured and people were, perhaps, a little more relaxed. Besides the standard jazz classics on this album, you will also enjoy retro-invented covers of several pop tunes from the last couple of decades. Lifehouse's 'Hanging By A Moment' on this album sounds as though it was written forty years ago as does Martina McBride's 'Valentine,' and Hall & Oats' 'Private Eyes.' And I'll bet you've never been treated to a 60's latin styling of the Carpenter's 'Top of the World.' Grab your favorite cocktail, sit back, relax, and blast off into the world of space age pop music with Four Sexes steering the ship into new directions.