Three of these songs ("Enough To Be On Your Way," "Another Day," "Look Up From Your Life") would be worth the price of the disc. Fortunately, the rest of the songs are of similar quality.
The lyrics, especially on those three songs, have a maturity & emotional depth that stays with you after you've listened to them. And the arrangements are always uncluttered and efficient, so that they present the melodies & harmonies without overshadowing them.
Of course, this has been a great feature of JT's records from the beginning. He gets a lot of flack for being "Mr. Mellow," when the simple fact is that he & his folks just know how to write, arrange, and perform his songs perfectly. Some call mellow. I call it pretty damned fine.