Okeh Records issued this album dominated by pop standards by the Vibrations a year before Gordy Records unleashed In a Mellow Mood by the Temptations, which featured the Tempts' signature harmonies on standards. This wasn't the Vibrations' first attempt at crooning easy listening favorites; they had a little success with "Misty" during the winter of 1965. "Soul A Go Go" is the only deviant from the middle-of-the-road theme. Deserving of glass case display are silky renditions of "Secret Lover," "Canadian Sunset," "For Your Love," and the sentiment-laced "And I Love Her."
AllMusic Review by Andrew Hamilton