Jay Denes, the founder of Naked Music, has nailed the formula for smooth, luscious, soulful house music. The first Blue Six album, Beautiful Tomorrow, was a fantastic debut that featured warm soulful vocals from Lisa Shaw and Catherine Russell, among others. Jay also went on to produce Lisa Shaw's debut "Cherry" as well as Aya's debut, "Strange Flower". Now nearly five years later, Blue Six returns with another winner in "Aquarian Angel". Where "Beautiful Tomorrow" had a soulful house feel to it, "Aquarian Angel" has more of a chilled out feel. Nevertheless, it maintains that ambient soulful signature sound that has made naked music so successful. What separates Jay Denes production from the majority of dance music is the inclusion of live of instrumentation plus sensuous vocals that make his songs a memorable listening experience. Take for example the opening track "Tropicalia." This is a warm Brazilian flavored gem ripe with wonderful percussion work that features Lisa Shaw. "You Can't Stop" is another highlight with Catherine Russell. Slightly up-tempo with tight bass lines, I can definitely see these joints getting remixed for the clubs. For me, the best song on the disc is the title track "Aquarian Angel". With vocals by Aya, this is a lush, percussion driven yet mellow slice of atmospheric mood music. Aya's harmonic gifts are soft and sensuous. Minutes into this track, you might envision yourself laying out on the lounge chair on the beach in the tropics. Overall, "Aquarian angel" is a very satisfying cd. An album that grooves along with a cool, drifting, bliss-out soulful listening experience.