Any "blues" fans out there will appreciate this 44 minute album from "Can't Come With You" all the way through "Falling Out Of Love". My personal favorite is "Rewind", which is reminiscent of the kind of tunes given to us from the late Sam Cooke. Oh, and by the way, if you like the way B. B. King plays guitar you will really appreciate Seth Walker on his own Gibson. His latest album, "Leap of Faith", is a hit in my book. It is 5 stars, A+, 2 thumbs up, whatever scale you want to apply. Find the top of the scale and that is where this album is positioned. It's a little bit blues, a little bit rock and roll and maybe even a little bit R&B. The musicians, from Seth on guitar through horns, drums and just enough keyboard action are superb on all tracks. I don't know what influences this Austin, TX journeyman blues man has in his head but you can find Gary Moore, Huey Lewis and hints of Ray Charles while listening to this fine album. You can't help but note the obvious influence of his friend and mentor Delbert McClinton. It's McClinton you hear lending vocal support on "Something Fast" The album showcases Seth Walker's songwriting abilities such as "Rewind" but also delivers several covers, tastefully done. All-in-all this is an album worth following and I predict platinum results quickly.