YouTuber 70footer wrote: "...This song was often referred to as the "Freebird" of piano. Pablo Cruise is ; Cory Lerios - piano, Dave Jenkins- guitar , Bruce Day- bass , Steve Price- drums."
'Tuber Michael Williams commented: "Funny how many Progressive Rock influences showed up in other genres in the 70's. Common to hear those influences in Jazz Fusion and Album Oriented Rock. More rare in Soft Rock and R&B. But with bands like Pablo Cruise, Ambrosia, Toto, Steely Dan, you get a mixed bag of all those genres. Just makes things more creative, complex, and sophisticated. Something music has lacked greatly in more recent years."
'Tuber orrzizims observed: "Due to budget cut backs years ago art programs were cut out. You have an entire generation that is woefully lacking in music appreciation ..."
'Tuber Steve Hurley wrote: "Long ago, far away in a little beach town, in the civic auditorium, there played a band... Only a handful of listeners came to see them.. no one apparently had heard of them. My friend and i though, traveled and hour just to listen to this one song. So there we were, chins atop our arms folded on the edge of the stage as the band let it loose, seemingly just for us. Magic is what it was to us. Later the headliner band came on and packed the place. But to us, we already had what we came for."
With the final track from their 1975 self-titled debut album, here are Pablo Cruise with "Ocean Breeze".