Just how does he do it, Eric Bibb has an amazing voice, plays superb guitar, but that is only the beginning. Very few artists consistently produce such brilliant albums, and this is again proof of his talent. The recent three albums have I thought impossible to equal, in the wonderful 'Booker's Guitar' ,he gave us the true art of acoustic blues in an album that was among the best of 2009, then in 2010 'Blues, Ballads and Work Songs', a celebration of hislove of the blues and the songs he grew up with, apart from a few tracks at the end a wholly solo affair, then last year we had 'Deeper In The Well', a slight change indirection in bringing in musicians he'd not recorded with before and peoducged another classic recorded down in Louisiana. Now in 2013 he's produced an album of what is going to be one played and rereleased for years to come. Bringing in producer Glen Scott, adding some African musicians,a horn section here and there, not to mention the strings alongside his voice and guitar on 'They Know', one highlight of so many in this stunning set. Gospel flovoured songs like 'The Lord's work',benefit by having some horns added, the really funky blues beat of 'With My Maker I Am One', will get those toes a moving, as will'Can't please Everybody', the driving rhythm's of 'Freedom train', the more traditional blues style of 'Death Row Blues', even this sounds so fresh and full of new ideas. This does not ever take away that we love so much about his music, Scott adds a new and exiting dimension to produce surely an album worthy of the highest awards going, it must be in there for Grammy's and the major blues awards come next year. It's one album you can't praise highly enough, it's one you've just got to hear for yourself. Eric bibb is one of the great singer/musicians of his generation but this album is just like having the cherry on the cake. Warm, wonderful and utterly enjoyable, every secongd of it !