Unlike Miss Jones, however, Dobson threads fewer pop influences into her musical tapestry. The opener, "Without You," sounds like an updated Gilberto tale of lost love, while Dobson's version of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs' "Modern Romance" is a moseying, folk-infused jaunt. "Been Here Before" is a ballad combining slide guitar and brush drum with a '70s singer-songwriter feel. The true standout track, however, is Dobson's duet with Julian, "Spring Is Just Around the Corner," with its rousing banjo-driven swing. The remainder of the album alternates between jazz stylings and country-folk hybrids, closing with a folk-jazz cover of Duke Ellington's "Mood Indigo," simply rendered with Dobson's dreamy soprano, an upright bass, and a banjo.