Reviewed by Eric Saeger
Very few people have the right musical DNA to pull off bedroom-soul the way this guy does. Most attempts fall a little short, either too sexed-up, or not chill enough, though mostly itâ€™s a problem with cartoonish vocals, not at issue here. â€˜Unadornedâ€™ is the most common adjective used to describe Moâ€™s voice, which, yes, sounds like someoneâ€™s dad with an disdain for throaty shtick and enough training to be dangerous. As a guitarist-singer, then, heâ€™s BB King (who has covered Moâ€™s Grammy-winning stuff in the past) with a friendly baritone, and this time out he explores the depths of soul-chill, tabling a â€˜Whatâ€™s Love Got To Do with Itâ€™ vibe in the title track, harnessing gospel elsewhere (â€˜All the Way,â€™ the wah-wah-decorated â€˜The Whole Enchiladaâ€™). Nothing wrong here, obviously.