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4.7 out of 5 stars
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on 13 August 2008
Don't expect anything other than well crafted smooth jazzy soul, which is perfectly produced to create a beautfiful CD. I won't go into track details except there are no fillers here just great smooth and the odd funky track, inclduing a debut from PH junior which is excellent. If you like Paul's music this is more of the same so what are you waiting for..
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on 21 November 2013
Hear our first PH music being played by the Postie in his van, over in Canada. Thanks to him for the intro. Delivery and packaging fine.
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on 7 April 2010
Very Easy to listen to, but at the same time, pretty groovie too,
a disc for all moods.
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on 29 January 2009
So far as I am aware, this album is up to Paul Hardcastle's usual good standard. However, I returned it to you,as an unwanted item, on 1/2 January and am still awaiting a refund. Your declared aim is to provide a refund WITHIN 4 weeks. Please contact me to advise progress.
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on 6 May 2008
This is the SIXTEENTH CD by Paul Hardcastle which I have bought for my collection, and I always wonder if each new disk will be as good as the one before it. I needn't worry, though, because he just keeps on getting better! The man is amazing.

I like this one better than any of his others for several reasons: First, the tracks immediately sound like him, which is a good thing. His sound is always the perfect mix of sensuous rhythm, relaxation, hypnotic sounds, dreamy melodies, and chill-out bliss. I love the way it makes me feel.

Also, on most of his other CDs, he's had several tracks that I've really liked, some others I thought were nice, and one or two that I thought didn't quite fit the mood. Not on this one. This time he's done EVEN MORE of what I liked, and evened it out so that nothing jars the mood, or feels out of place. The new singer, Beki Biggins, has a nice smooth sound, especially when Paul's daughter Maxine sings back-up with her. Very nice.

The real revelation, though, is the last track called "Take One" -- a song written and all the instruments played by Paul's 16-year-old son, Paul Jr., who mixed it in his bedroom. I have to say I wasn't expecting much, thinking it would just be a bonus track from an indulgent father -- but I LOVED it! Paul Jr. is definitely following in his father's footsteps, I'm very glad to say. And when Paul Jr.'s OWN CDs start coming out, I'll be buying them too!
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