It’s hard to believe that it’s been almost 7 years since Sammy has left Van Halen. In that time period, Sammy has released a number of albums, DVD’s and thrown parties around the world, while the Van Halen Bros. are still sitting on their tails.This by far is one of the most reflective of his albums, combining a variety of music that is blues, rock, alternative and the like. People that like his Marching to Mars and 10/13 albums will dig Stand Up, Make It Alright and The Big Nail, while other who love his Eagles Fly and Give to Live type of songs will enjoy other such as Halfway to Memphis and Things’ve Changed.For any Sammy fan this is a definite must buy album, and although there are no Top 40 type of hits on here, Sammy shows that he still has the musical talent to keep making records and people continue to buy. Sammy has become what can be known as Rock and Roll’s Jimmy Buffett, as it’s obvious he does this all solely for the love of the music and his fans.I also recommend his DVD, Long Road to Cabo, as it gives insight into Sammy as a person, a musician, and as a family man. Although some of us will never get to meet someone of his stature, it makes us feel as welcome as if we are in his living room drinking Waborita’s on his couch.