Willis has an excellent voice with an unusual and powerful range. He moves easily from soulful croon to an evangelical roar. This album showcases the sad and discordant sections of that range, exactly as one would expect from an album called 'Nobody Knows'
Unlike some of the other reviewers I would have welcomed less production on this album. Willis doesn't need echo to lend his voice atmosphere or gimmicky sound effects to adorn his arrangements. His voice is good enough to stand alone and shines most on the tracks with least interference - like Too Dry to Cry. Other tracks, such as Aint Got No Love, have a potential to burn with a blinding light that's smothered in effect.
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