What I also appreciate is the man's taste. This is the first time – if memory serves me right – that Sharon Bryant's “Foolish Heart” has been covered! The man obviously has taste AND knows a good tune when he hears one. Two thumbs up for this, Lamone! Class, class, class. The dancers work very well as you will hear, and for me the ballads also succeed too. “You Should Be Mine”, “Sending A Rose” and the gorgeous 70s sounding “Too Much Heaven” are just fantastic! The man tips his head towards the Philly sound and smiles favourably on the likes of Thom Bell, Bobby Eli, Norman Harris and Will Hart. The melody is, however a little on the Bee Gees side BUT do not overlook. I actually LOVE the Bee Gees, so that may come as a surprise to you! LOL. “Floating” may be more to your taste and why not? Its warm, summery and utterly delicious. I like the teasing guitar that he uses here...the beats and tone is rather what you would expect from a Ronald Isley / R Kelly collaboration but with that Frederick / Skip martin take. Very nice indeed, and I must say that should I have any doubts about the veracity of soul music in 2008 then I need look no further than the likes of Lamone.