Kiki Dee first played with Carmelo Luggeri in 1995 but A Place Where I Can Go arrived in 2013, after they'd had two albums and a concert to their collaborative credit. This explains the ease behind the album -- how the singer and guitarist feel so comfortable together. The surroundings are tasteful -- it's lush and warm, quite clean but never antiseptic -- and if the acoustic foundation suggests folk, the music leans toward pop, whether it's a lilting midtempo melody or a ballad. By design, this album isn't a grabber, but its gentle touch is quite pleasing. Edsel's 2015 reissue adds a disc of demos and outtakes, highlighted by a radio mix of "Sidesteppin' (With a Soulman)" and covers of Marvin Gaye's "Ain't That Peculiar?" and Paul McCartney's "My Love."