I have been a fan of Cara Dillon since her first album. She has one of the purest voices I have ever heard. This Album is as good as the last.
The production is superb, and her and Sam must be very proud that they are still producing such high quality stuff. This kind of thing puts to shame all those talent-less want to-be's on Pop Idol. She will never earn as much, or achieve their fame levels. But she remains true to her roots, and the music benefits from that.
Her version of "There were Roses" stood out in the Billy Connolly's tour of England, Ireland and Wales. And fits in brilliantly on this Album, simple, subtle, poignant and beautiful.
"The Winding River Roe" harks back to her roots in Northern Ireland, and is just awesome (I have heard her sing it live and am so glad it is on this Album)
Buy this Album, and you will never regret it.