I really feel that Bruce put a lot of effort into making this a great album. It's paid off. This is a very enjoyable listen with a truly great mixture of songs; some classics, some less-known.
The track titled, 'Paper Moon (Duet with Nat "King" Cole)' is unusually put together. From what I can hear, it seems as though someone has taken an older recording of both Bruce and Nat singing the song together, however because it is such an old recording, Bruce has re-rerecorded his vocals and Nat 'King' Cole's vocals have remained untouched with a noticeably lower recording quality (some hiss).
Bruce also performs a duet with Sophie Purdie -- I have not come across her before -- in the track 'Smile'. This pairing works well. Having these duets helps to break up the album, keeping it moving at a good pace.
I particularly liked the track 'Give Me the Simple Life', as I do not often hear it on similar male artists' albums. Bruce performed it well and the music accompaniment was very good. At certain points in some tracks, Bruce seems to struggle reaching certain notes, however this does not detract from the overall listening enjoyment.
Overall, I highly recommend this album.