This is a simply gorgeous Swing Out album. It's basically a honed, fully realised, expression/summation of their art and talent so far. It is smooth and effortless but must have taken lots of time and care. It's a perfect Swing Out album as far as I'm concerned. It took me a little time to get addicted but I've recently been playing this over and over; something I really don't do that often nowadays as I listen to music in shuffle mode on my Walkman most of the time. As the album finished on my Walkman the Swingle Singers came on directly afterwards - perfect!
I realised a while back, with some surprise, because I have so many music favourites, that Swing Out Sister are one of my all time greats - because I have never, ever tired of listening to them. Their music cannot date. I would take a few of their albums to a desert island. I guess they would be: It's Better to Travel; Kaleidoscope World, Shapes and Patterns, Where Our Love Grows with a set of greatest tracks that are not on those albums.
This is a class act. Buy this album. Relax. Chill Out.