After the death of his mother, middle-aged insurance employee inherits her small cottage surrounded by a garden. Selling the cottage which is situated on unexploited ground near the center of a big city makes him a rich man and he buys a big house in the countryside. He takes some time off and decides to throw a big garden party at the house and invite all his colleagues from the office. Aided by alcohol, the guests gradually lose all their inhibitions and reveal personality traits and frustrations that they normally keep hidden.
With their fusion of blues, rock & roll, and R&B, the Fabulous Thunderbirds helped popularize roadhouse Texas blues with a mass audience in the '80s and, in the process, they helped kick-start a blues revival during the mid-'80s.
Tyrese sweeps his extracurricular involvements aside and re-commits himself to his singing career, as he addresses his fans on the back of this disc, his first since 2006’s Alter Ego: “…rest assured, that my first and only love is music.” This time, Tyrese also leaves the rapping to rappers; Black-Ty, the MC’ing persona used for half of Alter Ego, makes no appearances, as he, for the most part, flits between sub-R. Kelly exaggerated forms of lechery (“Got a n*gga open like a fuckin’ bag of chips”) and chivalry (“I know that I messed up over a thousand times”). Two of the better tracks are produced by Lil Ronnie. The sleek, low-slung constructions of “One Night” and “It’s All on Me” are ideal for the singer's carefree setting, where he’s in his highest form – no vocal strain, no forced sentimentalism.