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The album offers eleven tracks, eight written by Christina, one by two-time Grammy award winner Jon Carroll, one co-written with Carroll, and one by Bill Danoff (Starland Vocal Band and writer of "Take Me Home Country Roads").
"For the two weeks we were away, playing everywhere (taxi radios, hotel, TV channels) was a song called Afternoon Delight by Starland Vocal Band.
Besides rifling on the inept writing, directing, and acting, the host and his puppet friends liberally sprinkled non sequiturs and cultural references ranging from the high (Robert Frost's "The Road Not Taken") to the not-so-high (the Starland Vocal Band's "Afternoon Delight").
There is a Starland Vocal Band song (yes, they recorded more than "Afternoon Delight") that goes, "Ain't it the fall babe, when I'm here without you?
The best tracks here are the ones that you may not have heard for a while - The Fortunes' Freedom Come, Freedom Go, Andy Kim's Rock Me Gently, McGuinness Flint's Malt and Barley Blues and Starland Vocal Band's Afternoon Delight.