First release by this enigmatic keyboardist/vocalist is a slightly short affair clocking in at just over 35 mins. More than offset by the budget price and MORE than made up for in the quality of the muse! If you like Pink Floyd and Procol Harum this is like that but with an updated sound giving the music a hard edge found on much more contemporary recordings. You couldn't ask for a better backing band. The guitars and drumming are handled by Leger De Main's Chris & Brett Rodler and the bass guitar is by Gary Madras (who played keyboards on RH Factor's CD). If you liked Leger De Main then you can imagine that with WAY less edginess and more reflective songwriting and with a Roger Waters style singer and you sorta have the idea. Overall if I had to compare this to something it would be a 90s version of classic Procol Harum. This is much more progressive sounding than the Leger De Main discs were, I guess because of the familiar keyboard sounds of piano & organ.
Although there is some singing there are also plenty of long instrumental passages. I say this to make sure no one gets the idea this is a singer-songwriter type affair. Actually, despite the many references one can hear to the past, this is a surprisingly freah and vibrant disc.