Deborah Bond's long, long, LONG awaited second proper album – her first all new set since the phenomenal Day After knocked us out way back '03 – a great one and it's totally worth the wait! Even on her debut, Deborah brought depth, elegance and maturity that was flat out stunning, and that's once again a huge strength. The songs are genuinely soulful in both style and emotion, and her vocals nearly render us speechless. She's so great at bring
ing out just what the songs need – be it intimacy or soaring
emotion – she's all about warmth, truth and soul. The production and arrangements are timeless, too, with keys, guitar, bass, drums, percussion, and occasional brass. Includes " Nothing Matters", "Blind Paradise", "Think Twice", "Highest Mountain", "Say It", "You're The One", "Mr Day's Dream", "Never Was", plus a special treat: a duet with the great Lewis Taylor – another stellar soul singer who doesn't release a ton of records, called "If I Didn't Need You".