I found this album yesterday, at Amoeba on Sunset. I'm a fan of Michel Legrand. I try to avoid the 80s material. Because I always felt that was a bad era for everyone - and this album was recorded and produced in 1981. What caught my interest, is that he wrote both music (of course) and lyrics. So this is truly a hardcore Legrand solo project. If not the greatest Legrand, it is still pretty good. Side one is the most interesting, due that it has a full orchestration on that side. Legrand doesn't only do lush, but he's intense as well. There are only a handful of recordings or albums where he sings, and this may have been the last Legrand singing album - but I'm not sure about that. Nevertheless, he sings great. Side two is basically different from the first side, due that it is very much guitars, bass, keyboards and drums setting. Not exactly rocking, but some tunes do have a 'funk' feel to them. I can imagine a Steely Dan fan be into side two, while us Jacques Demy lunatics will be into side one. As far as I know, this album never appeared on a CD, but one can find used vinyl here and there. I would pick it up - especially if you're into the Legrand/Demy world (side one).