Class, class, class... The mood reminded me of the Me'Shell Ndegeocello classic - you're digging me like an old soul record... Loved the intro with scratching the good old Stock Aitken Waterman "Roadblock" sample over the chilled beats and laidback strings.
DJ Wamba's scratching is of course no competition for Andrew J at Track 3: Andrew is Hungarian DMC DJ Battle Champion and 2001 World DMC Team Finalist... well, Andrew J and I were teammates at the DMC and used to play Lounge together back to back in 2001-2003... So great choice! :-)
In general I am not a big fan of ambient lounge, however I like ambient grooves, when you have some hip-hop or funk based strong groove underlining the ambient sound (almost trip-hop but much softer and more dreamy). You tend to use these hip-hop and trip-hop influenced tracks which work out well for me.
As I noted in a previous comment for one of your chillout mixes, I know how hard it is to have a proper track selection as it's really frustrating how much junk is out there on different chillout compilation albums. Here again you focus on a consistent mood and all track line up nicely for that - with a blend of funkier Alex Cortiz and St. Etienne sound with sampled drums to a more ambient and synthesizer/electronica based chillout like Track 12.