on 9 November 2005
If you enjoyed Mozez's contributions to the 2 Zero 7 Masterworks Simple Things and When It Falls, you will love this.
Beautifully arranged, produced, written and most of all beautifully sung. The man has a voice. Stunning clarity and range. All the best bits of the vocal talents of D'Angelo, Maxwell and Marvin Gaye are here. This is not meant to demean Mozez as an individual, more to emphasize the sheer class that he possesses.
The overall feel of the album is a soulful folkiness that has a 21st Century slant, and sits easily alongside the efforts of Simple Things and When It Falls.
on 19 October 2005
One would expect Mozez's solo album to be much like his previous work with Zero 7, as the cover suggests but it's not. It's every bit as good, but the new sound is unique. The music is mellow and smooth but the vocals are more precise and crisp. In short, it's very Mozez.