The CD starts off on the right note with the cool and sparse “Fly Away”, the chunkier and more-ish “On For You” with some brilliant drunken guitar in the mix which I personally love, and the blindingly good “In Love With You” complete with Philly type guitar and haunting synth will definitely have you won over. This is classy indeed. The guitar plays a big part of the very smoky and jazzy titled track, “Journey” - vocally we're almost into Miki Howard territory! Very tasty indeed, and this is how the flow takes you – a great contrast to the first few songs but the momentum and gravitas of the set draws you constantly forwards. Very tastefully executed. “Still Hurting” is strong, with vocal nods to Sade here, methinks. I heartily recommend “Walk Away” as well, the rhythm is warm and I can hear touches of Regina Belle in the more animated vocal parts too. The final cut, “The Voice”, is very MOR and may not appeal to many but listen to the style and how Douyé interacts here as a songwriter and singer. This is worthy of the likes of Diane Warren or Cynthia Weil. This Lady obviously has a very bright future and with Terry Shaddick an experienced hand on the tiller.