All I Want is a tremendously inviting composition that sparkles with rich vocals and a blend of trombone, reeds, trumpet, and piano. The warmth of the early album continues with You Won’t Be Satisfied. The back and forth of the smooth female voice and reedy male vocals is powerful as the backing instrumentation gives it their all. The environment established by Dalton’s piano and Wycliff’s dual duties of vocals and trombone makes this one of our favorites. Do Nothing Till You Hear From Me keeps the album strong with easy-going instrumentation that holds something more complex, while efforts like Sometimes I’m Happy (Sometimes I’m Blue) and Tea for Two provide a bevy of styles as fans move into the closing statements of the disc. Svetlana and the Delancey Five knock it out of the park with their “Night at the Speakeasy”.