I have to admit, I'm one of those people who have listened to "Court And Spark," "Blue" and the like for years, never getting into some of those experimental albums some fans seem to adore. But this album is Joni in a very new place. Like Billie Holiday (whose "You've Changed" she covers), Joni has reworked the music to fit the changes in her voice over the course of decades. Don't excpect the old stuff here-- you won't even recognize her voice. But this is a sultry, smoke-filled, fragile, absolutely magnificent Joni. This album rightfully can not be considered among her others, although like Bowie, she has always been a chameleon. But this... this stuff is jazzy, raw, sensitive, so very much like the later Billie Holiday it's amazing. The fact that she covers two of her own songs ("A Case Of You" and the title track) shows how she, and her music, have matured. If this is Joni's new style, she could easily do an Ella Fitzgerald-style collection of songbooks; her work is that good. Congratulations, Joni. You've done it yet again.