Perhaps a more subtle approach to reinventing folk than some of his other albums, but still a brave and fresh collection of tracks.
My standout favourite is the lush, camp, torch songy "If It's True", which showcases how much Jim's voice has grown, but I'm also fond of the hypnotic banjo version of "Big Love", the dark, dramatic, slightly Kate Bush-y piano ballad take on "The Captain's Apprentice" and the rousing, upbeat "The Golden Glove".
Some of the other tracks initially struck me as a bit beige, but I think they're just more subtle and take longer to give up their mysteries (e.g. "Seven Long Years", which slowly evolves)
Probably not my favourite Moray album of all, but a worthy new addition to my Moray collection.