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Boney James has been around a good few years now and knows his trade and audience. This should be the album that takes Boney James to a wider audience due to the appearances of Bilal, Debi Nova and Dwele and their vocal contributions which are superb especially Bilals vocals on Better with Time which is a superb piece of Soul Music with Boney blowing in the background and worth the purchase alone.
Joe Sample also makes a guest appearance on Stone Groove, which lives up to its name a good groove.
Track 5 Appreciate featuring Debi Nova keeps the uptempo groove moving along nicely.
Track 6 is almost what you would expect of an Incognito track with Boney's sax at the forefront this time.
Track 7 Is Dwele's turn on Break of Dawn
Track 8 has a Larry Carlton type guitar solo in the middle like the old crusaders days of those southern nights to die for.
There are no duds on this album, which should bring this great sax player to a wider audience, which he deserves.
Since this album I have purchased Seduction, which is superb also.