This recording features Hill on piano and Warren Ham on vocals. The three songs are all written by Hill. I enjoyed Hill’s piano playing. He has a light, delicate touch and a great sense of melody and phrasing, but I found his songs unexceptional at best. And I don’t think that Ham’s vocals helped the situation at all. It’s not that he’s a bad singer, but his singing on these songs immediately brings to mind a soundtrack from a 70’s stage play - unremarkable and overly dramatic. I’m not sure if this is supposed to be a jazz album, but it doesn’t come across like one. It sounds much more like a late 60’s/early 70’s pop album.
It’s difficult to make any solid judgments based on such a small amount of material, but I think that Hill is a talented pianist and I would like to hear more material from him - either as a solo artist or with a full band, minus the vocalist.