Neal delivers a strong set of songs, including a solid cover of The Brothers Johnson's "Strawberry Letter 23." Neal doesn't disappoint, and the tracks keep the musical flow pacing throughout. Great to hear the inclusion of horns again, as they really flesh out the soulfulness in the tunes, and is reminiscent of the first album. The pressing is reasonably quiet during the musical passages, with no sonic bunions and is well-centered. As with the first two Neal LPs, this one will be in "heavy rotation" for a while!