I have always loved Maria McKee's music since she was in Lone Justice, and was always blown away by her lovely textured vocals. She has to be one of the best young female vocalists around so it is astonishing that she found it impossible to get any major record label interest when she embarked on a solo career. Presumably, that was because her music isn't easy to pigeonhole and categorise so they preferred to go with someone safer and more instantly commercial! However, Maria McKee has lasting talent and creates music that isn't interesting for a short while but then disappears without a trace. This collection of her songs I feel is a very good representation of her work and shows how diverse her music is and what an astoundingly good vocalist, musician and writer she is. Standout tracks for me are Shelter, Ways to be Wicked and Wheels, all from her days with Lone Justice. Shelter is one of my all-time favourite songs of hers and always sounds fresh. Wheels is an absolutely gorgeous song which tugs at the heartstrings and makes the hairs on the back of my neck stand up when I hear it. The acoustic version of Show Me Heaven is amazing and, if anything, sounds better than the original studio version of it. She does an incredible live cover version of Sweet Jane which blew me away when I heard it. The album closes with another of my favourite songs of hers, Am I The Only One (Who's Ever Felt This Way)? So, although I agree with one of the reviewers here who said there are maybe a couple of slightly mediocre tracks which could have been substituted with better ones from previous Lone Justice or solo albums, the overall collection of songs on this album is excellent. Given that Maria McKee has such a spellbinding voice it would be virtually impossible for her to do a bad song anyway, so I can HIGHLY recommend this album!!