“Calle Blanca Blues” is a beautifully crafted song which sensitively deals with child prostitution and poverty in the third world with warmness. It has rich instrumentation with an exquisite flute opening up for the Lady to scorch us with some poignant vocals with plenty of Latin kick to boot. If the style of the recent Satya Project was to your liking (also reviewed here on Soulchoonz) then the superb “Someone Special” will also appeal similarly. The cool vibes, horns and dreamy keys support a more straightforward jazz vocal approach. The rhythm guitar is excellent, too, and I wish we heard more like this these days. Again, the old Grover Washington tune, “Mystic Melody”, cannot be faulted and showcases the raw fusion of musical styles all held together with an irresistible percussion and warm synth. The song is a celebration and tribute to great music and great musicians. Mystic melody indeed! I think you'll also love the upbeat number, “Living Up To Dreams” which could also be a cut you would expect Khani Cole to produce. OK, there's a lot of classy material about at the moment but please do not allow this gen to disappear – stuff like this is timeless. Forget the hype surrounding a lot of other, ephemeral, artists. Sophia Nelson is the Real McCoy and this set deserves all the recognition and airplay it can get. An excellent, vibrant, fruity and heady mix of flavours. Savour the flavour.