I worked at Target's Music and Movies, Books and Electronics department during the holidays. It was by far the best job I've had, for the friends and the music and movies I bought. One day as I was looking through a pile of dusty CD's I happened to find this newer release in with the rest. They were labeled not on file, meaning it was something the store carried, but no longer did, whether it went out of print, or out of season we just didn't carry it anymore. That means it goes on clearance. I got this album at a steal for 2.46 plus tax. Thinking it would just be some novelty, that I'd play once, I just bought it on a whim. I liked the cover and guesting on it was Earl Klugh, who I Love. and produced by Peter Bunetta, who helped produce Kenny G's Silhouette...What can I say, I'm a 21 year old smooth jazz enthusiast. Anyway, beyond It Might Be You, I knew nothing of Bishop, and thought he was sort of cheesy but took a chance. Am IN LOVE with this record. From first to last everything is stellar. Production, sound quality...he's never been this soulful, or heartfelt. I'd put this up there with some amazing Michael Franks work. They both have the same framework...whereas Franks is sly, Bish is all about Romance. Get this when it is re-released on 2/19/08! Beautiful.