I would suggest only the wonderful Numero label would be likely to unearth a soul gem such as this. Recorded independently in 1977; this was Willie Wrights only album and it is a fine example as to why I consider so many of the best records ever were/are hiding amongst the pop cheese of the seventies. As already suggested there is a hint of Terry Callier here and I would also agree that there are tones similar to Lou Rawls in certain songs. Although soulful throughout there is quite a strong acoustic folk feel to much of the album similar to one of my other favourites by Lou Bond.Mr. Wright plays some fantastic flute on this album and the accompanying delightful female vocals were apparently courtesy of his estranged daughter.All wonderful stuff, simple songs performed faultlessly and obviously crafted with tender care. This really deserves some serious commercial recognition. BUY THIS! An album of adult music, made for music lovers. Sadly true talent did not shine through for Mr. Wright to receive any recognition for the serious effort made here!