I sense two projects here, or projects from two different periods. That considered, the album flows well. But I do strongly prefer one project to the other. "Project A" sounds more modern (though not current); it features "Relax." "Project B" features a dated sound that likely stunts the potential of the project.
"Relax," featuring Heather Powell, is flawless. Glen Campbell's "Wichita Lineman," featuring Kevin Jenkins, is a surprise gem. "What's So Funny," as covered by the Tomás Doncker Band, recalls a sitcom theme from the late '80s through early '90s. I mean that as a compliment. Those songs remain etched in our memories for a reason--they're good. So producers take note. For the next Goldberg-like show, your theme song is ready. Let's get some artists paid. "Wires" is another strong addition from my hypothetical "Project A."
This album adds nicely to the True Groove catalog, but a bit more Hollywood sparkle would go a long way.