A straight down the line Jazz Album in which the whole project is suberbly lead by the guitar talents of Phil Robson (And much to my shame a gentleman i have not heard of up to know ?) and the stunning flute of Gareth Lockhart effortlesly highlighted on "Nassarius Beads" giving it a almost middle eastern vibe,as also with "Telepathy And Transmissions" you are transported off to the heat and smells and the forbodin of a back street bar in a far off land.
I was then filled with the biggest smile after listening to "The Imeasurable Code" it's almost a soulful strutt but very much achored in jazz ,a very eclectic album with some amazing musical support from Micheal Janisch who's bass achores the whole project together.
A very good album simply as that.
Anthony "Aja" Allsop
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