For my money, this is one of the best of Flack's albums. She really changes pace here, recording some really upbeat tunes such as "Why Don't You Move In With Me" and "Fine, Fine Day", but it's the ballards where her voice soars. "Twenty-Fifth Of Last December", "The Closer I Get To You" (with Donny Hathaway) and the myserious and lush "Where I'll Find You" are all breath taking. In fact, "Where I'll Find You" is one of my favorite tunes ever recorded by Flack. I understand that it is from a Ken Harper (The Wiz) production called "Bamboo" of which I've never been able to track down any information on. Also, unfortuately, some of the lyrics (especially in the bridge) are difficult to decipher. If anyone can supply more info on this song, please e-mail me. And back to the album, this is a must for anyone who cherishes Flack's lush interpretations and consistently smooth products.