The Sentinel Review: Joss Stone's best work yet
One of the most fascinating parts about listening to music is hearing a musician/band's progression. Sometimes they crash and burn trying new things. Other times they soar to new heights. Consider Joss Stone in the latter category.
Ever since taking the music world by storm in 2003, Stone continues to get better and more consistent. I'll admit I didn't think she could top "The Soul Sessions Vol. 2," because it was a near perfect album. I've never been happier being wrong after listening to "Water For Your Soul."