On most of these selections, pianist Bob James is in the spotlight, playing with a rhythm section and occasionally a guitar or a sax. The opener, "Choose Me," has James jamming over the chord changes of the blues and gives one hope that this will be one of his more substantial jazz dates. But no such luck. Most of the selections rarely rise above the level of lightly funky background music. Guitarist Earl Klugh drops by for "Fresh Start" and there is a pop vocal feature apiece for Hilary James and Nathan East. Overall, this is easy-listening pop/jazz, pleasant but forgettable.