Jazz vocalist Dee Dee Bridgewater screams like Shirley Bassey in "Flying Saucer," a track accompanied by hard-hitting sax and a nice bit of whistling (it works -- really). "Tres Amigos," the tune with the most mainstream Brazilian feel, detonates with a huge horn arrangement, then saunters along with a rolling piano and trumpet. Despite the running theme, Bon Voyage still retains the diversity of a typical UFO creation. "Somewhere" takes a sly electronic beat, ambient trumpet, and a lashing guitar riff and overscores it with French rap. "Pilgrims" uses a downtempo beat and bass groove to support a beautiful Arabic chant, taking listeners on their own musical Hajj. "You know where you're going -- maybe you could tell me, then I could go along with you," whispers a sample in "Pilgrims." UFO loves taking listeners on trips, and its latest excursion carries on the history of superb songwriting.