The title song, “Can't Get Enough”, really is a winner. A nice contrast is the slow, deliberately slow rhythm and the more acrobatic and animated vocals which contradict the rhythm. The 70s keys add another edge and bring a dream-like ambience to it. These songs may sound simple but there is quite a bit of thought and structure to it. There is a lot to listen to here and when you scratch the surface the more you discover. I have fallen for another song on here – now this is a real stonker of a track, folks! “Wild In Me” packs some clout and is a real fine effort containing some lovely melodies, riffs and warm 70s styled keys. Nice horns too. Imagine the best tracks from P J Morton's first set and there you have the track in a nutshell. “Why Fight” wears a similar face and the horns work very well. “Hold On To You” is my third real fave here – almost – almost! - does the flavour return to a 60s flavour. I think you'll love this, and for my two cents tracks like this are worth their weight in gold. If you're still unconvinced then head over to the piano led “Get Down To This Loving” and you should get a more complete picture. For me, though, it's a no-brainer – the CD is worth every penny.