A veteran of the Motown sidelines, this long time player comes forth with a minimalist soul/jazz outing on classic pop from all eras the stylings of Stevie Wonder, Donny Hathaway, Al Jarreau. His inspiration drawn from civil rights era jazz, Mitchell is competing on today's turf with a CD/DVD package that is loaded with fast balls right down the middle. Very much reflective of his club proving grounds, this is what after hours soul/jazz should sound like. He has a sense of class and style that at times seems missing in today's music, if not today's world. This is someone who would make the ladies drop panties in his instance, especially upon hearing "Someone To Watch Over Me", "The Look Of Love", and "Our Love Is Here To Stay". Mitchell never forces his voice to go overboard, he knows how to work it and it's a delight to hear.