The psychedelic San Francisco scene was in full swing during the 1960s, and Travel Agency were one of many bands who have been influenced by this fertile period. Their melodic rock unfolds over 12 tracks on this 1986 album. It's somewhat odd that the members of Travel Agency -- whoever they were -- didn't put their names anywhere on this album. It is known that the band included Frank Davis, who is perhaps best remembered for writing "Grand Candy Young Sweet" for Fever Tree. The Travel Agency played a pedestrian but occasionally appealing mishmash of pop, blues, and psychedelia, with fairly decent vocals and a few unusually sophisticated arrangements. Among the latter is the opening instrumental "What's a Man," which sounds like it might be the soundtrack to a short suspense or horror film. The album is very much a period piece and only of interest to serious fans of early psychedelia. ~ Richard Foss First time on CD for the only album by this San Francisco band. Recorded in 1986. An absolute lost gem with Beatles riffs and Beach Boys harmonies.