Five of the 15 tracks on this latest disc from the multi-instrumentalist, man-of-many-bands, Steve Dawson, have vocals from he himself. The fella has quite a nice voice by the way. The rest as you guessed are instrumentals. However the full warmth and essence of the disc can be summed up almost entirely by one track alone. Head straight to number 11. Song for Blind Joe, and you will get the feeling to which I allude. The simplicity of this piece is so carefully laid out with pure flavour that you'll want it to be the soundtrack of your passing. Move out from there and the feeling just grows. I think Steve Dawson breathes music. Often an album should lhave been held to six of seven tracks therebby sparing the listener a half-hour of wasted time. There is not a song in this collection that does not deserve to be in the mix. Everything on this disc is cool, creative, and musical. The edges are not as sharp as say those on Zubot and Dawson's Tractor Parts but the edges are there all the same. If you get close enough you'll feel them.