Syreeta, formerly Rita Wright, the talented songwriter and singer with the delicate alto-soprano voice is best remembered for briefly being the wife of Stevie Wonder and her Nş1 UK smash hit ballad with Billy Preston "With You I'm Born Again". In what is her best album since her first two albums in the early 1970s, this Richard Perry produced concept album is a slick mixture of soulful ballads, uptempo disco tunes like "Love Fire" and romantic ballads and includes the Stevie Wonder penned "Blame it on the Sun" which was also done by Diana Ross in the early 1990s and Tata Vega (The Colour Purple) in 1977. The version of Bill Withers Let me be the one" is completely different and more emotional and positive than the original. Apart from one track - the third one on the album - this is a polished effort that displays the vocal range of this much overlooked singer who, by the way, almost became one of the Supremes to replace Diana Ross. The singer produced two more studio albums with Motown until retiring from the record scene but none of them reached classy sophistication of this album.