Maybe the most visceral beauty of John Camp’s music is how easily he moves you into the heart of it. Take, for example, “All You Gotta Do,” a track that opens, sparsely – promisingly – with vibes atop a beat. In perfect time, Camp sets up a funk-heavy bassline that effectively drops the song down a level, making it a more muscular and, suddenly, fully formed track. A minute in, handclaps, glinting key dust, more funk-infused keys and rich vocals from guest singer Mr. Reed bring the song effectively to life. It’s the pitch perfect intro to a recording that blends funk, R&B and a relaxed warmth into smoothly rendered, body shifting music.