Muzette Morgan combines deep love and unshakeable faith with an extraordinary collection of talents-including those of singer, songwriter, arranger, composer, entertainer, and visionary. To speak of Muzette's voice is to speak, not only of her instrument, or even of her musical style, but also of the clear persona that emerges from this collection of songs. Her singing voice roams back and forth between a warm and velvety depth, soaring to sometimes incredible heights, and a powerful ability to belt out all those catchy tunes. Her musical styles are many and varied, from the slow and bluesy to the fast, fun, and jazzy. Her perspective is at once that of a faith-driven individual, a spiritual mentor, a loving parent, a concerned community member, and an inhabitant of a turbulent world-in other words, a child of God, simple in her faith but ready to face all the complexities of her time. The bluesy Gospel tune, "A Place Called Heaven," sets the stage for this collection, establishing without a doubt that God loves us and is waiting for us to hear and heed His word. "I Love the Lord" ramps up the tempo just a little, still in the Gospel idiom, but introducing the contagious pop element that flows through many of these highly accessible melodies. "All in One" is the frank statement of a parent's concerns about her children's well being-and that of all children-in a world that sometimes offers confusion and danger, but is always watched over by a loving God. "The Deliverer" provides a jazzy, dazzling, up-tempo setting for a simple but serious message-that Jesus Christ is getting ready to come and help us through this, but we'd better get ready for Him, too. "The Deliverer" is the first example of a consistent trend within this collection: The more edgy Muzette's subject matter is, the more fun and irresistibly catchy her tunes are. With it's slow, dramatic, love-ballad melody, "You Must Believe" is an earnest and deeply personal entreaty to all of us to find the faith that will help us find our way and our peace. "Haven't You Heard? (The Devil Don't Love Nobody)" combines an infectious boogie-woogie beat with the feel of a rousing Spiritual, and the message that traveling the low road really isn't worth the cost of the trip. "Hail Mary" presents the traditional prayer in a haunting, lyrical, and powerful setting that is at once a lament and a supplication. The dark and dramatic tones of this piece make it clear that the appeal for help, "Pray for us sinners," is calling out from a deeply troubled world. "Radiation" places the concerns of our nuclear age in the context of God's love and the evolution of His plan for us-and does it all in a catchy and playful pop tune, telling this nuclear spectre, "I bet Jesus beats you!" "Amazing Grace" is a duet between Muzette's vocal artistry and the sensitivity, power, and brilliance of guest pianist Brendan Henry. In this unique rendition of the Gospel classic, the song is pared down to it's first verse-the core of it's meaning-presented in three very different musical and vocal settings. When Muzette reaches the final line, we can see that the journey she has taken through all these trials has ended in a true transformation of vision that she has been willing to share with us. Whatever our individual hopes, fears, and perspectives are, at the end we're ready to say with her, "Father, I see!"