At first blush, Vancouver’s Coco Love Alcorn, much like Britain’s current it girl Corrine Bailey Rae, finds sonic comfort reveling in the true blue triad of old school soul, and R&B staples: namely, Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder and Al Green. However, where Leeds’ leading lady serves up a nice light snack, Alcorn, whose rich, limber, voice whispers and swoons with precision, starts at a full boil and takes care to deliver a sumptuous, simmering full course meal. Produced by fret guru Steve Dawson (does he ever sleep?), Sugar’s songs linger and burn like a long, goodbye embrace: a quality that ignites some tracks (“Out Of Sight”, “Falling Into You”) and weighs down others (“There Is A Light”). Still, its’ a minor quibble on what is otherwise a star turn.