Personnel: Terry Scott (guitar, keyboards); LaSalle Gabriel (guitar); Stutz Wimmer, Sam Skelton (saxophone); Mike Barry (trumpet); Ronnie Wilson (flugelhorn, keyboards, background vocals); Eric Alexander (trombone); Billy Young (keyboards); Raymond Calhoun (drums); Robert Wilson, Alfreda Gerald, Val Young (background vocals).
Audio Mixer: Alvin Speights.
Audio Remasterer: Glenn Meadows.
Recording information: Fox Theater, Atlanta, GA (02/26/1996).
Though it doesn't say it is, this release is actually a live album. The Wilson brothers' voices are still vibrant, and it sounds like both the crowd and the Gap Band themselves are having a real good time, although the band's biggest hits -- "Party Train" and "Drop the Bomb" (as it's named here) -- arrive late in the set. "Oops Upside Your Head" makes some noise early on. Ultimately, the album plays out as a nostalgia piece. Fans looking for a more comprehensive retrospective the group should pick up the Ultimate Collection, issued by Hip-O in 2001. ~ Johnny Loftus