This album includes a group of soothing songs that consolidate certain musical instruments to encapsulate a virtually perfect jazz album.
"Good To Go" is a jovial rollick complete with guitar work from Loeb and string work from Mitchel Forman. It's an upbeat song that will get you in a peppy mood.
"Rikki Don't Lose That Number" has synthesizer bass work and fender Rhodes play from Loeb as well as from Mike Ricchiuti and Matt King. Loeb also utilizes his keyboard skills which make this opus an unforgettable one.
"Window of the Soul" is a soulful rhythmic composition that has drum work from Wolfgang Haffner, Brian Dunne and Josh Dion, acoustic bass play from Christian Diener, keyboard work from Loeb and percussion play from Dion for a track that muses different types of instruments into one harmonious exposition.
"Starting Over" has skillful piano play from King, more keyboard and fender Rhodes work from Loeb, Ricchiuti and King for a track that has a marginally modified vibe than the others.
Chuck Loeb's "Presence" definitely has its own charisma and has its own brand of magnetism.