Mcnabb has been one of the world's great lost songwriters for longer than is strictly fair. It's about time somebody promoted him (and his remarkable songs) in a more deserving way. This, his fourth solo album, is miles away from the big-hearted, huge-lunged and boisterous Head Like A Rock, but still has power to move, amuse and thrill even the most casual listner. McNabb delivers these songs in his remarkably rich voice and sparse instrumentation. In fact many songs use only a solo acoustic guitar, but the strength of the writing, both melody and lyric, are more than enough to avoid a feeling of same-ness. a fairer world would give this man airtime.