With the release of his new album, I thought I'd review his second album (yes, it's not his first album, that was on the Polygram label back in 93!). All That I Am is a great R'n'B album. First off, Joe is a solid vocalist. Second of all, he's a solid romantic/sexual lyricist, so if you are shocked by, ahem, very graphic references which are thinly disquised behind immuendo, then this album may not be for you. However, the music may not be to all tastes. It borders on slightly passè for it's time but the lyrics make up for it. Joe is an incredibly romantic lyricist, to the point where his romantic numbers are almost moving (personally, they are but they might not be to all). Songs like "All That I Am" and "No One Else Comes Close" are immensely sentimental and romantic, while "The Love Scene", "Sanctified Girl" and "All The Things" are of a more sexual nature. However, all the tracks except "U Shoulda Told Me" are good, some are better than overs. In my opinion, it's a brilliant album with at least 4 A-side quality songs, with the rest being more than just good filler. Good tracks to average-to-bad tracks is 11:1.