I just got this CD and am listening for the first time. I'm not even all the way through but I instantly love this stuff. I've only heard her in Adiemus prior to this, but that was enoough to give her solo stuff a try. No regrets at all. Very soothing, which I like in music, the tendency to take me out of "the moment" and into the artists vision, or my version of that vision! I just realized that her voice could be compared to Karen Carpenter in smoothness and range, but the music itself, more of an "easy listening" genre, but with ethnic overtones: she's from South Africa and there are those overtones, giving this even more interest for me. Except, of course, "The Innocents," dedeicated to Anne Frank, has an ethnic Jewish feel, making me feel like I'm listening to the soundtrack of great Holocaust film.
I'd like to know where the Grammy committee was here: she should at least be nominated for something. This stuff isn't overly commercial: it's too bad that finding these gems seems to be a lot of work!