The CD starts in a rousing fashion. The groove of “So Into You” is in the late 70s style and possesses great crossover potential – think Lemar and you're not far off the mark. This is good old fashioned party soul and has the ability to draw in those who would normally not bother with our wonderful music. Love it! “What I Like About You” with it's scratchy rhythm and harmonies reminds me of Jeffrey V. Smith and Peter Lord's work with Daryl Hall. Brilliant, catchy and hook-driven. A firm fave of mine is the stepper groove “Evolution”, a cut that would easily fill a slot on the next Soul Togetherness compilation. If you love the resurgent interest in a late 60s sound, then “Sweet Charity Case” cannot fail to win. This is a superb slice of retro soul and is so in tune with what Jazzanova or Raphael Saadiq have just laid down. The unashamed boogie of “Dance All Night” should get the flares out of the cupboard and flapping around the dancefloor! Funkier than this is the superb brassy “Do Like You” - vocally Brahim seems a bit out of place but all soon falls into place and wins the day. “Won't You Stay” is another recommendation, chunkier and funkier and a lot more rigorous. My final choice, “Thank You”, returns to a boogie tunes vibe, and by now you've enjoyed a great and very enjoyable CD, recorded by someone who is but 24. If that's not promising then nothing is!