New albums come and go. New artists do the same (as do some old ones). Some of them delve into the feeling of the art more than the typical pop or expected structure, which is the path of least resistance here. Look towards cuts like “Shake yer Love” which handles quite the driving bounce musically throughout. Or “The Eagle” lending itself towards Led Zeppelin’s “Going to California” with its melodic acoustics. We could lean on “All dis Jass”for all of its blusey nightclub dramatic feeling, or soar about with the heartfelt “Pain” onto a place where the heart wrenching questioning derived within the vocals remains buried in its unrequited call for an answer. It provides a raw emotion gliding throughout with a most rhythmic overtone. Give a listen and squeeze out what you need. It all seems to be there.