After their initial solo album without Herbie Hancock the Headhunters did two more albums with him on 1975's Man-Child and 1976's Secrets. Both of these records found the band and Herbie branching out into a more arranged,cinematic and gradually more melodically pop type approach to their funk. The jazz element still remained. Gradually different members would splinter of. And on this album,recorded a year after Herbie's last release it would be the final time the Headhunters would record together until the mid 1990's. Featuring the same lineup as before,only minus Baba Duru and plus side members Paul Poyten and Derrick Youman,they made this at a time when music all over the spectrum was different. Their was a very dance oriented musical ethic in the air. The disco scene was part of it. But it had a strong impact even on jazz funk as well.