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The debut album recorded in 1975. Contains "Operator," the first Transfer song to garner the public's attention. It's an impressive opening gambit, and is still consistent with their style-be it on "Candy," "Tuxedo Junction" or "Java Jive." "You Can Depend on Me" is a fast sprint, "Blue Champagne" an elegant toast to the era of the speakeasy. "Occapella" is a bluesy uptempo tune that sounds a bit like early Bonnie Raitt. Also, an early version of "Heart's Desire," (later re-recorded on "Bop Doo Wopp.") All songs are accompanied, with particular depth in the horn/reed sections.

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1) Tuxedo Junction
2) Sweet Talking Guy
3) Operator
4) Candy
5) Gloria
6) Clap Your Hands
7) That Cat Is High
8) You Can Depend on Me
9) Blue Champagne
10) Java Jive
11) Occapella
12) Heart's Desire

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