Yes, Frank McComb does sound like Stevie Wonder and he plays great keyboard, too. My only prior knowledge of Mr. McComb was as vocalist on the Buckshot LeFonque album "Music Evolution". That was enough to seek out this solo effort.
This is a fine album of mainly self-penned songs reflecting various perspectives on love - love sought, found, shared and lost. The opening track, "His eye is on the Sparrow" sees McComb's voice accompanied only by understated grand piano. The voice does the work and what a voice! The remaining tracks are instrumentally more complex, very accomplished and benefit from a core trio of fine musicians augmented on some tracks by the wonderful Branford Marsalis. His sax on "Love Natural" makes an excellent track into a gem.
In summary, a GREAT voice, wonderful musicianship and fine songs make this a must for lovers of soulful jazz.
P.S. Don't miss out on the instrumental jam at the end of the final track. It's worth the wait.