My parents bought this record for me when I was about four-years-old. It was the first time I felt that there was music tailor-made for my age group. The Doobie Brothers and Ernie and Cookie Monster contributed songs, as well as Al Jarreau and George Benson. There is a reason that this album won a Grammy in 1981, but it's a shame that Jarreau's "One Good Turn" failed to chart as a single when it was released. Now that I'm a mother, my own son demands that these two songs be played over and over again, and I know that I've done well in raising another audiophile who can appreciate great music.