The album includes the instrumental "Space Race", which was released as a single and was a sequel of sorts to Preston's 1971 hit "Outa-Space". The instrumental proved popular enough that the musical variety show American Bandstand used it as the song for its mid-broadcast break from the mid-1970s until the show completed its run in 1989. It also features of cover of Bob Dylan's "It's Alright Ma (I'm Only Bleeding)". "How Long Has The Train Been Gone" was released as a single, as was "You're So Unique" the following year.
"Do You Love Me" was the basis for the Rolling Stones' "Melody" on their 1976 Black and Blue album, and on that album the track is given the credit "inspiration by Billy Preston".
Stylistically, the album covers many types of music including Soul, Rock, Gospel, Jazz, R&B and even Classical. As such it is perhaps Preston's most musically diverse record.