At last! This truly great album has been re-released. People didn't get it first time round; but the combination of Duffy's outstanding songwriting and composing and Nigel Kennedy's (yes him!) extraordinarily diverse violin accompaniment is pure gold. Experimental in places (covering styles ranging from delicate pizzacato to Indian raga in the adjoining instrumental Transitoires), but never losing sight of melody, this album flows beautifully. And the songs...romantic, but not a cliche in sight, from a songwriter at the very pinnacle of his craft. Recent magazine reviewers of the album (Q, Mojo) have seen the light this time round. Those who bought it in 1993, have had a decade of pleasure. Those intrigued by Duffy's songwriting for Robbie Williams, should investigate the sheer panache and passion of Music in Colours........and then check out Duffy's band, The Lilac Time.