Originally released in 1989, its keyboard sound does sound somehow dated, but since the music is rather minor and restrained, the effect of this aging is greatly diminished and is negligible when compared to the emotional, personal dimension that enriches the album and places it above other new-age works.
…the album is gentle and restrained…Once again, Angel Air have produced a fine booklet with two bonus tracks…
Classic Rock Society (November 2005)
…it’s largely one man and his synthesizer, introspective and engaging.
Record Collector (December 2005)
Tranquil songs and subtle instrumental passages combine to create an unassuming gem which was initially aimed at the then fashionable ‘new age’ market
Kevin Bryan, Stirling Advertiser
…it is so laid back it is horizontal – in the right mood then this would be essential…
Feedback (November 2005)
…on this beautifully crafted 12-tracker he demonstrates his wealth of musical talent, from the slow and easy to the traditional as well as the jazzy. This really is a rich offering of styles and sounds.
Hartlepool Mail (March 2006)