With a voice that often sounds like he is Roy Orbison reborn, the former lead singer of such groups of The Mavericks and Los Super Seven, Raul Malo has recorded a solo venture that is full of ballads and orchestration. The album is one of cover tunes in which he puts his spin on such classics as Etta James' "At Last", BeeGee's "Run To Me", and The Everly Brothers "So Sad". What runs through the whole album is the focus on this artist's voice; he knows which side his bread is buttered. His voice is distinctive and rich and he milks it for all it's worth. He is really marketing this album to the ladies as it is dripping with romance. It really is made with the idea of inducing some slow dancing in front of the fireplace.