After the dark, rock-edged sounds of "Shine", this album sees Mary Black getting back to what she's best known for: simple songs with acoustic instrumentation and that incredible purity of voice. Many of the songs are reminiscent of the classics from the No Frontiers and Babes era, but there's still something of a dark edge to even the most beautiful of the ballads which mark this out as the work of an older, maybe wiser Mary. Most of the material comes from Shane Howard and Noel Brazil, but a couple of "classic" cover versions have slipped in alongside - Neil Finn's "Fall At Your Feet" (actually doesn't really work for me, but maybe that's because I love the original so much) and Sting's "Fields of Gold" (done before the release of the Eva Cassidy version made it an obligatory warbly-women's folk ballad!). Best tracks for me? The beautiful "Speaking with the Angel", and the defiantly celebratory "Don't Say Okay" which is everything The Corrs try to be but never attain.