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Folk & Acoustic Music Exchange, Review by Mark S. Tucker
...a CD that doesn't brazenly demand re-listening but instead seduces.
"...The attentions to florid pastorality gain a sharper more laconic edge in this track, and every square inch is filled with cerebral brush strokes, each stave and measure devoted to novo-baroque explication, instrument flowing to instrument, solos abounding but every particular wrapped up in an ecstatic package with shaded night lurking just beyond the late summer end-of-day atmospherics. High art, as far as I'm concerned, one of the year's stand-out cuts so far, within a CD that doesn't brazenly demand re-listening but instead seduces. You'll be tossing it into the player again and again without even realizing it."
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