This is a beautiful album with some really well written songs. I found Kiki Dee always difficult because I like her voice so much but most of her albums don't deliver for me. Particularly her early stuff is too much someone else without a real identity. Pefrfect Timing is, as opposed to her albums before, pure pop. There is a duet with Elton John (beautiful!), very good studio musicians and great songs like Another Break, Perfect Timing and Midnight Flyer (to this day I'm not sure whether she is poking fun at Nigel or if he's supposed to be cool). A lot of very good craftmanship went into this album. The album is the perfect showcase for Kiki's amazing voice. Unfortunately, it more or less flopped at the time, unjustly so.