A minor hero of Southern power pop, Bobby Sutliff was the co-founder and one of the key creative minds behind the Windbreakers, a group who were celebrated by critics and their peers in their '80s heyday for their smart, melodically inventive tunes and sharp guitar work. Sutliff cut a pair of low-key solo albums during his days with the Windbreakers, and after they broke up in the early '90s, he opted not to make music his career but continued to write and record on his own schedule, and his emotionally generous and intelligently tuneful approach was on fine display on 2003's 'Perfect Dream' and 2007's 'On a Ladder'. Bobby started writing songs for this album in 2011. He never intended them to be released in any format. He worked and recorded mostly in his home studio in his garage. He completed the album in May 2022 three months before he passed August 29, 2022.