I must admit when I got to hear some of the tracks here as works-in-progress in the studio awhile back, I was impressed then. But then, the producer and songwriter behind most of the tracks is none other than former secular R&B artist Steve Carmichael. Naturally the production coming out of his north London studio, and the contemporary arrangements, are top notch. Sarah O submits to the Lord soulfully on the opener, "All That I Got". Nathan Prime follows by extolling Christ's gifts and love on the funky, mid-tempo R&B song "Knowing You", which is primed for single release replete with an obligatory garage remix. Talking about garage, Sarah's "Walk" starts up gently with a mellow acoustic guitar motif, before building into a stomping garager. Susan Harriott delivers an impressive performance on "Jigsaw", which sits well with the best of better known American female R&B gospellers. Sue Neil introduces herself alongside her choir-sized backing vocals on the soulful mid-tempo 'Overcomer', which dips directly into Scripture. Not surprising really, as the ethos of Heart Music is to unambiguously minister to listeners. The said artists have three tracks a-piece covering very contemporary and uplifting styles.