Joel Dorn’s Hyena Records continues to reissue exquisite gems from the past. This true gem of smooth soul showcases the sweet and dynamic singing of Aaron Neville at a time before he became an over-produced pop product. (Though, it would be nice to have a bit less of the string section at some points.) This album is nearly doubled from 5 to 9 tracks with the addition of bonus material that completes Neville’s 1986 vision of paying tribute to 1950s Soul, Doo-Wop and R&B. The bonus tracks are “Mona Lisa”, “Save the Last Dance for Me”, “Warm your Heart” and “Mickey Mouse March”(!). Neville’s stunning falsetto technique puts him in a league with Sam Cooke and Clyde McPhatter.