My advice is.... just listen.
(without prejudice! Without any "where does this fit in his body of work?" "How does it follow the last album?")
I think these are wonderful, deceptively simple and repetitive songs on the theme of spirituality.
Thank You For Your Love - a big swelling soul influenced track, with punching horns and wonderfully dizzying culmination that fades off far too quickly.
You Are My Treasure - just piano and vocals. A short and beautiful track. Tremulous twisting vocals.
My Lord My Love - piano, voice, strings, and a little drums. Soft tinkling piano and vocals get swelled out by strings. Exceptionally beautiful.
Pressing On - simple and repetitive. Acoustic guitar, bass and vibraphone. Child-like and gorgeously subtle with the ringing sound of the vibes. (the sound reminds me, although is not the same as, Bjork's Vespertine album).
Imagine - I've always found this song a bit turgid, and that plodding piano, urgh! Anthony's version has a parred down simplicity that makes this song work for me. Just vocal, acoustic guitar and a repeating melancholic noise on a tape loop. As the vocals finish the loop keeps repeating. A mournful and slightly disturbing end.
One track of big soul and 4 achingly beautiful and intimate songs.