Amazingly professional and accessible stuff. Canada's Jenny Whiteley has been a successful artist in her home country ever since she released her debut album way back in 2000. Success in the United States has eluded her thus far in her career...but it certainly isn't for a lack of good solid songs. On Forgive and Forget Jenny writes about the ups and downs of love that occur over time. Produced by legendary producer/songwriter Steve Dawson (pretty much everything this man touches turns to gold), this is a slick and professional sounding album that never suffers from sounding too slick and professional. Whiteley spent about four years recording these songs. Some folks are already claiming this is the best record of her career. We haven't heard her entire catalog so we can't make such a claim. We can, however, report that this album features nothing but home runs. In a world full of half-talents and wannabes, Jenny Whiteley easily stands out as the real thing. Killer tracks include "Raining In My Heart," "Final Season," "Cold, Cold Kisses," and "Half Life."