Sheila E. produced two singles, "Hold Me" and "Koo Koo" in the U.S. "Love on a Blue Train" was the first single released in Japan. The album is notable for its Latin influence and prominent presence in this hybrid of jazz, rock, funk and salsa. The video for "Koo Koo" features Sheila dancing with Cat Glover.
The album is also notable for having the earliest recorded appearance of members from the group Tony! Toni! Toné!, who Sheila E. would attempt to bring to Paisley Park. Almost a decade later, she would return the favor by appearing on their 1996 swan song House of Music.