Joss Stone sounds so soulful on every track of the album. She is really one of the best singers around today. She can sing a smooth sensual jam like "Pillow Talk" so well. She can also sing a groovy cut like "For God's Sake Give More Power To The People". The harmonica playing gives this track a slick and cool quality that I love. This song makes feel empowered. "While You're Out Looking For Sugar" is a song that reminds me that I don't have to go looking for love when I have love at home. "Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye" is a beautiful slower tempo song. The guitar playing is worthy to mention. here. Every chord is lovely. I can really feel the sadness in her voice on this song. Every song has a subtle distinction that makes it special. I love the electric guitar playing on the song "The High Road". It gives this song a rock edge that is cool to listen to. "First Taste Of Hurt" is a song about a woman who hurts a man in a relationship. I like the reversal of gender roles in this song. This song is very upbeat. It puts me in a good mood. "Teardrops" is the grooviest song about heart break I have ever heard. Joss makes me believe that the memory of an old lover lingers on the song "The Love We Had Stays On My Mind". This song is emotionally powerful. "I Don't Want To Be With Anybody But You" is a straight forward love song. I love the simplicity of the lyrics of the song. The horn playing is so good on this song. Joss makes each song her own. She makes me forget about the original artist. I love the listening to The Soul Sessions, Volume 2.
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