Beth Hart and Joe Bonamassa offer with their new album the music world again a first-class work. Although I have only been there two days, I still have the liberty judgment. The pieces of music that have both chosen to have true scraps on music heaven. In the songs I'm here an unspecified, since it has been given in this regard with its review Moody Blues have much trouble. Overall, "See Saw" has failed my judge it after jazzy than the previous album (Do not Explain). For this, such songs like Them There Eyes, If I Tell You I Love You, "See Saw" or A Sunday Kind of Love. And yet clearly, it's a blues album. But the musical spectrum has become significantly larger compared to Do not Explain. For this, then so is also a great piece like Nutbush City Limits. This great song that has already been presented excellently by Tina Turner years ago, has not lost on this CD. It fits really well into the overall plant. Although this song is really good, but for me there are other highlights: Rhymes for example, comes over pleasantly relaxed and includes beautiful brass passages and a successful background vocals. The title song See Saw is a powerful vocal fireworks, which is again vigorously blower moderate support. But a special treat is also Miss Lady. As it goes right crazy to the point. But so far is If I Tell You I Love You my favorite song on the album. Guitar, accordion and also again the scratchy voice of Beth Hart. Perfectly! Beth Hart and Joe Bonamassa have again reinforced and their exceptionally good musicians ensemble at her side. It may seem excessive, but here plays a tight band that has sought and found. Beth Hart stands by her stunning vocals in the foreground. At this point the question might arise, where is with all this Joe Bonamassa. Do Not Worry. He is omnipresent with his excellent guitar playing. Joe's guitar so stay with us for. This album is fun and makes really good mood. Finally, I would like to express another praise for the accompanying DVD of See Saw (Ltd. Edition). There music and interviews in the studio. Joe Bonamassa, Beth Hart and some of the musicians answer questions. In addition, there are three Music Studio to enjoy videos. The playful mood of the musicians is a real pleasure. So who already liked Do not Explain, which makes the purchase of this album nothing wrong, since it is at least as good.