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on November 16, 2012
With out a doubt this is Kurt's most mature, inspired and best album thus far. The interplay between Parks and Rosenwinkel is just magic, and the groove of Faulkner and Reevis is fantastic. Kurt's compositions are first class, fully realised, spiritually inspired, complex yet highly listenable. The sonic palette Kurt employs here is probably his most advanced effort to date - guitar effects, textural colouring of guitar and keys, etc. I thinks it's Parks piano (and keyboards) that give the music an added dimension, Faulkner's drumming also seems to keep it wide open. Kurt's solos are awe inspiring as usual. He's one of the few people that give me that Coltrane buzz when listening to his playing. If you've ever picked up a guitar then you've got to hear this guy, an absolute master of the instrument. If your a fan of contemporary music and where it's heading then buy this album. Masterpiece - thanks Kurt and band.