All in English and maintaining the same high level pop presence as the other two. "Anytime" is a particular highlight, scanning the horizon from the same spaghetti western heights as tracks like "Eleri" on "Llyfr Lliwio" and supporting this with a Bacharach piano line. All very classy. The Richard Hawley it's more than OK to like. "Delaware" has a touch of Clinic claustrophobic countryside about it. There will be burning wicker men somewhere or other nearby. Pub car parks may be involved.
I hate the title though - "Good Music": it's a malnourished cowpat that drops somewhere around arrogant and banal on the bingo board. Why call an album that?
Rating: Intense Pop Sensibility out of Western Spaghettiscapes