Yes, that's some heading and you'll note I have'nt mentioned female. That's because she would knock some male guitarists into a cocked hat. This album blew me away. Yet her guitar playing is not too full on and in your face. Chantel is I would say somewhat restrained, which is great because some albums can just become too boring by the end. Each track is exciting, makes you want to hear more. This is not to say that she does'nt show you her skills especially on the 10 minute long "Daydream" which is a blast as her guitar soars and roars and spits at you before coming back to earth with a beautiful contrasting slow bluesey feel, which is where it started. "Rhiannon" on the other hand is a beautiful accoustic version of Stevie Nicks which she makes her own. On top of her guitar playing she can sing as well. "Help Me" a Sonny Boy Williamson number which I heard him sing with the Yardbirds at the CrawDaddy club in Richmond brought back a lot of memories and Chantel performs it so well. Overall this is a very well put together album which shows off all of Chantel's skills. I don't think I have been so excited about a guitarist since the mid sixties when I saw Eric Clapton with the Yardbirds at the Crawdaddy club in Richmond. I've watched Chantel on U-Tube live and she certainly does not disappoint and I just can't wait to see her live, such a great talent. Get the album and I'm sure you will not be disappointed. X-factor eat your heart out!!!!!