If you love late 60s Motown then Ben Westbeech will woo you with the superb string-laden “I Can See”. I am in total ecstasy on albums and cuts like this. Oh how glad I am to see this type of album supported by a label as huge as Universal! The acclaimed Jose James makes his presence more than felt on the brooding and melancholic “Little Bird”. Fans of Gil Scott-Heron will warm to this. How simple a song and yet how perfect a match is Jose with but a piano and cello to back him. A master stroke. The King of Sensuality, Leon Ware, joins Dwelé on a remake of “Rockin' You Eternally” and the backing is very, very true to the original. IF they can recreate sounds like this then I certainly demand more NEW songs in this vein from them in the years to come. Sheer excellence. Joe Dukie's string-filled “What Do You Want” should impress, and I also want to guide you towards the SUPERB 70s jazz fusion of “Lucky Girl”. This is heaven, as is the Brazilian cut “Cafiera” which features none other than Azymuth! Love this and you will want their new CD too! Such a classy, classy set and one that will keep you on your toes. I cannot stop playing this set and thank heavens for albums like this. Simply brilliant.