While on the subject of enjoyability you may be wondering how listen-able this record is. Records by TV stars are notoriously bad and let's face it I don't think fans were buying the record for the voice. I know I picked it up out of nostalgia for Charlie's Angels which was a favorite show when I was a kid. I remember that the very first model car kit I ever did was for a Charlie's Angels van. Looking back it is kind of funny because they never had a van. Clearly the model company just took a van model, made it pink and then included some decals. Pretty cheap.
Anyways, after buying the record I was surprised to find that I actually liked a few tracks. I like "Still Awake" for instance. It's a catchy little pop number. The singing isn't too bad either. Also in that same sort of light 70's pop feel is "You're The Only One I Ever Need".
"Missing You" is an okay dance number with some disco beats in there. It's not a classic, but I think it could hold up on a dance floor or for a party.
"Whatever Would I Do Without You" has a bluesy flavor that also isn't so bad. Give that a listen.