One of my favourites is the excellent “Nobody Loves You” which is an ode to summertime loving and it is a warm and inviting song that Calvin carries with much success let alone dignity. Classy. For traditionalists who love a more southern flavour I really would like to recommend “Sang No More” which has a classic melody and guitar riff that the likes of Johnnie Taylor or Marvin Sease would be proud of. Another I think will suit this taste is “Make Friends With Love”; I love the title and sentiment to this, and the roostier side of the Man is laid bare – the sermon begins and Calvin testifies his truth on Love. Amen, brother! The lovely “Daddy To My Kids” is touching and heartfelt yet NOT schmalzy or sugary. In fact it's dealing with hard reality and speaks of a man dealing with adversity and laying down the law and putting his children first, second and third. This is the song and soul of a TRUE man and I know many like myself can connect and feel this. Calvin's originality bears out with the optimistic “When Love Comes” and discusses commitment and attachment in a deep emotional sense. Excellent stuff here. The package may be a bit roughter and more urban than you may expect BUT stop, listen up and listen good. The essence here is NOT street, it is pure soul and traditional at that. A real good effort and one that has depth and volume. Check it out.